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Technical Manual

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R

Thermal Transfer Barcode & Label Printer

CL-S700
CL-S703 CL-S700R

JN74928-00F
1.00E-0804
Copyright 2008 by CITIZEN SYSTEMS JAPAN CO., LTD.

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R ii
CHAPTER 1 SPECIFICATIONS

CHAPTER 2 OPERATING PRINCIPLES

CHAPTER 3 DISASSEMBLY AND MAINTENANCE

CHAPTER 4 TROUBLESHOOTING

CHAPTER 5 PARTS LISTS

CHAPTER 6 CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

APPENDICES

iii CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Safety Precautions
To prevent personal injury or property damage, the following shall be strictly observed.
The degree of possible injury and damage due to incorrect use/maintenance or improperly
following instructions is described below.

Indicates a situation which, if not observed and handled properly, could


Warning result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a situation which, if not observed and handled properly, could
Caution result in injury or property damage.

: This is a mark to call attention to the reader.

Warning
- Before starting disassembly/reassembly or mechanical adjustment, be sure to
disconnect the power cord from the power source.
- Do not replace a fuse with the power switch turned on.
- When replacing a fuse, use the same rating and type since it is provided to prevent
fire and damage to the Unit, Power Supply.

Caution
- DO NOT adjust VR1, VR2, VR3 and VR4 on the SA, Main PCB. (Leave them at the
factory setting condition.) If it is turned, media sensor sensitivity is changed and the
media detection will not be correctly made.
- Do not disassemble/reassemble or adjust the machine, if it functions properly.
Particularly, do not loosen screws on any component, unless necessary.
- After completing an inspection and before turning on the power, be sure to check that
there is no abnormality.
- Never try to print without media.
- Check that the media is properly set.
- Do not lay anything on the cover or lean against it during maintenance or while the
printer is in operation.
- During maintenance, be careful not to leave parts or screws unattached or loose
inside the printer.
- When handling a printed circuit board, do not use gloves, etc., which can easily
cause static electricity. Since ICs, such as CPU, RAM and ROM, might be destroyed
by static electricity, do not touch lead wires or windows unnecessarily.
- Do not put the printed circuit boards directly on the printer or on the floor.
- When disassembling or reassembling, check wires for any damage and do not pinch
or damage them. Also, run wires as they were.

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Chapter 1 Specifications

CHAPTER 1
SPECIFICATIONS

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 1 Specifications

Chapter 1 Specifications

Table of Contents

1-1. General Specifications ....................................................................................................1-3


1-2. Printable Area .................................................................................................................1-9
1-3. Printing Position Accuracy ..............................................................................................1-10
1-4. Adjustable Sensors/Front Fixed Sensor .........................................................................1-11

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1-1. General Specifications

1-1. General Specifications


Printing
Printing method Thermal transfer/Direct thermal
Resolution Main scanning line density:
203 dots/inch (8 dots/mm) (CL-S700/CL-S700R)
300 dots/inch (11.8 dots/mm) (CL-S703)
Sub-scanning line density:
203 dots/inch (8 dots/mm) (CL-S700/CL-S700R)
300 dots/inch (11.8 dots/mm) (CL-S703)
Head 864 dots (printable dots: 832 dots) (CL-S700/CL-S700R)
Head 1275 dots (printable dots: 1240 dots) (CL-S703)
Max. print width 104 mm (CL-S700/CL-S700R) 4.1 inch (CL-S700/CL-S700R)
105 mm (CL-S703) 4.1 inch (CL-S703)
Max. print length 812.8 mm 32 inch
Print density Print density is adjustable with software
Printing speed setting 2 - 10 inches per second (CL-S700/CL-S700R)
2 - 8 inches per second (CL-S703)
*2-7 inches per second (CL-S700/CL-S703 with optional peeler)
Print mode
Batch mode Normal printing (single or multiple sheets)
Tear off mode Feeds back media to the tear-off position after printing is completed.
Cut mode *1 Prints while cutting at designated sheet units.
The following two kinds of cut mode operations are done.
Back feed
Cut through
(Cut through refers to stopping part-way through printing the next
label to make the cut. After cutting, printing restarts but there is a
chance of a small gap or mark at the temporary stop position.)
Peel mode*2 Peels labels from the liners after printing them.
Media
Types of media Roll, fanfold
(continuous media, die-cuts, continuous tags, paper or tickets)
Recommended media Thermal transfer: label media (RPR-W Ricoh)
Direct thermal media: label media (150LA-1 Ricoh),
tag media (TB2E0V, Mitsubishi Paper)
Max. media width 118.0 mm 4.65"
Min. media width 25.4 mm 1.00"
Min. label width 7.62 mm 0.30"
*1,*2: Options can be separately purchased.

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Min. label pitch*3 6.35 mm 0.25"


Max. media thickness 0.254 mm 0.01"
Max. media length 812.8 mm 32"
Min. media length 6.35 mm 0.25"
Min. media thickness 0.0635 mm 0.0025"
Media (continued)
On-board roll media Max. outside diameter:
diameter 203 mm 8"
Media core: 38 to 76 mm 1.5 to 3"
Rewinding roll media Media core: 26, 40, or 45 mm 1.02, 1.57, or 1.77
diameter (CL-S700R
only)
Ribbon
Recommended ribbon B110A Ricoh
Max. ribbon width 114.0 mm 4.50"
Min. ribbon width 25.4 mm 1.00"
Min. ribbon length 450.0 m 1,476 ft
Max. roll diameter 86.5 mm 3.40"
Inner diameter of the 25.4 0.25 mm 1.00 0.01"
paper core
Ribbon end tape Max. 80.0 mm 3.15"
length
Ribbon end detection Ribbon out is detected by the ribbon sensor.
Bar code
For Datamax emulation*4
One-dimension Code 3 of 9 UPC-A UPC-E EAN-13 (JAN-13)
EAN-8 (JAN-8) Interleaved 2 of 5 Code 128
HIBC (Modulus 43-used code 3 of 9) Codabar (NW-7)
Int 2 of 5 (Modulus 10-used Interleaved 2 of 5) Plessey
Case Code UPC 2DIG ADD UPC 5DIG ADD
Code 93 Telepen ZIP UCC/EAN 128
UCC/EAN128 (for K-MART)
UCC/EAN128 Random Weight FIM
Two-dimension UPS Maxi Code PDF-417 Data Matrix QR Code Aztec
RSS
*3: When a media pitch of less than 1" is used, activate the "Small Label Printing" setting in
the "Printing Setting".
*4: Datamax is a registered trademark of Datamax Bar Code Products Corporation.

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Bar code (continued)


For Zebra emulation*5
One-dimension Code 11 Interleaved 2 of 5 Code 39 EAN-8 UPC-E
Code 93 Code 128 EAN-13 Industrial 2 of 5
Standard 2 of 5 ANSI CODABAR LOGMARS MSI Plessey
UPC/EAN Extensions UPC-A POSTNET Planet
Two-dimension Code 49 PDF-417 CODA BLOCK UPS Maxi Code
Micro PDF-417 Data Matrix QR Code R SS TLC39
Font
For Datamax emulation*4
1. Seven kinds of fixed pitch font
Overseas, English fonts and European fonts
2. OCR fonts
OCR-A*6, OCR-B*6
3. Proportional fonts
CG TriumvirateTM smooth font
CG TriumvirateTM Bold smooth font
(6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 18, 24, 30, 36, 48 points) (CL-S700/CL-S700R)
(4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 18, 24, 30, 36, 48 points) (CL-S703)
Character set: Conforms with code page 850 standards
4. TrueTypeTM rasterizer *7
For Zebra emulation*5
1. Five kinds of fixed pitch font
Overseas, English fonts and European fonts
2. OCR fonts
OCR-A, OCR-B
3. Proportional font
CG TriumvirateTM Condensed Bold
4. True type rasterizer*7
*5: Zebra is a registered trade mark of ZIH corp.
*6: The OCR font may have a low recognition rate according to the reader.
*7: It is equipped with UFSTTM and TrueTypeTM rasterizer that are licensed from Monotype
Imaging, Inc.
TrueTypeTM is a trademark of Apple Computer.
UFSTTM and CG TriumvirateTM are trademarks of Monotype Imaging, Inc.

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Symbol set
PC866U Ukraina, PC Cyrillic, ISO 60 Danish/Norwegian, DeskTop,
ISO 8859/1 Latin 1, ISO 8859/2 Latin 2, ISO 8859/9 Latin 5, ISO
8859/10 Latin 6, ISO 8859/7 Latin/Greek, ISO 8859/15 Latin 9, ISO
8859/5 Latin/Cyrillic, ISO 69: French, ISO 21: German, ISO 15:
Italian, Legal, Math-8, Macintosh, Math, PC-858 Multilingual,
Microsoft Publishing, PC-8, Code Page 437, PC-8 D/N, Code Page
437N, PC-852 Latin 2, PC-851 Latin/Greek, PC-862 Latin/Hebrew, Pi
Font, PC-850 Multilingual, PC-864 Latin/Arabic, PC-8 TK, Code Page
437T, PC-1004, PC-775 Baltic, Non-UGL, Generic Pi Font, Roman-8,
Roman-9, ISO 17: Spanish, ISO 11: Swedish, Symbol, PS Text, ISO
4: United Kingdom, ISO 6: ASCII, Ventura International, Ventura
Math, Ventura US, Windows 3.1 Latin 1, Wingdings, Windows 3.1
Latin 2, Windows 3.1 Baltic (Latv, Lith), Windows 3.0 Latin 1,
Windows Latin/Cyrillic, Windows 3.1 Latin 5
Control language
Conforms to Datamax programming language*4 and Zebra
programming language*5
Outline of electronic devices
CPU 32-bit RISC CPU
ROM Standard equipment: FLASH ROM 4M bytes (User area: 1M byte)

RAM Standard equipment: SDRAM 16M bytes (User area: 1M byte)



RAM (for Zebra L) Standard equipment: SDRAM 16MBytes (User area: 4M byte)
Media detection sensors
Transparent sensor Detects media gap between labels, notches on tags, and media out
Reflective sensor Detects reflective mark on back of media and media out
1
Label peeling sensor *
Communication interfaces
Parallel*8 IEEE1284 (Compatible, Nibble, ECP mode)
Serial 2400 4800 9600 19200 38400 57600 115200 bps
USB FULL Speed USB1.1
Communication interface options
Network Wired Ethernet (10-BASE-T/ 100-BASE-TX) or Wireless LAN
*8: This interface is Non-L. P. S. (Limited Power Source).

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Indications and switches


LCD 128 X 64 dots, STN graphic type
LED POWER, ERROR
Buzzer Alarms, errors, etc.
Operating panel keys PAUSE, FEED, STOP, MENU
Head-up detection Detects head open.
sensor
Power switch Turns power on and off.
Acoustic noise 55 dB (by EN ISO7779)
Power supply (standards)
100-240V (-10%+6%), 3.5-1.5A, 50/60Hz
U.S.A./Canada: UL60950-1, CSA No.60950-1, FCC Part 15 Subpart
B (Class A)
Europe: EN 60950-1, EN 55022 (ClassA), EN 55024, EN 61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3
Power consumption (max. value)
U.S.A./Canada 130W (operating at 12.5% printing duty), 11W (standby) (CL-S700)
(120V 95W (operating at 12.5% printing duty), 12W (standby) (CL-S703)
140W (operating at 12.5% printing duty), 12W (standby) (CL-S700R)
Europe 120W (operating at 12.5% printing duty), 11W (standby) (CL-S700)
(230V) 85W (operating at 12.5% printing duty), 11W (standby) (CL-S703)
130W (operating at 12.5% printing duty), 12W (standby) (CL-S700R)

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Others
Environment Operating temperature conditions:
Operating temp. 0 to 40C, humidity 30 to 80%, condensation free
(Conditions: ventilation, and natural convection)
Storage temperature conditions
Temp. -20 to 60C, humidity 5 to 85%
(Conditions: ventilation, and natural convection)

80 85

Humidity %
40
Humidity %

30
5

0 5 35 40 -20 60
Temperature C Temperature C
Operating assurance temperature Storage assurance
Printing assurance temperature temperature

[Conditions assuring operation and printing] [Storage assurance condition]


External dimensions Approx. 255 (W) X 490 (D) X 265 (H) mm
(CL-S700/CL-S703) 10 (W) X 19.3 (D) X 10.4 (H)"
External dimensions Approx. 254 (W) X 480 (D) X 375 (H) mm
(CL-S700R) 10.2 (W) X 19.2 (D) X 15 (H)"
Weight Approx. 13.3 kg (29.3 lb.) (CL-S700/CL-S703)
Approx. 17.6 kg (38.7 lb.) (CL-S700R)
Accessories Test label media, Test ribbon, CD-ROM (Users Manual), Quick start
guide, Head cleaner, Power cord, Media holder bar and Media holder
guide, Ribbon holder, Paper core
Option Auto-cutter unit, Peeler unit, Ethernet interface and Rewind kit

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1-2. Printable Area

1-2. Printable Area


The printable area of the printer is as follows:
When media is set to the printer, it must be aligned with the media guide at the left of the printing
mechanism. Though the available maximum media width is 118 mm (4.65"), there are unprintable
areas on both sides: 2.5 mm (0.10") width is on the left side and 11.5 mm (0.45") (for CL-S700/
CL-S700R)/10.5 mm (0.41) (for CL-S703) width on the right side.
The left side unprintable area applies for any size media.

Media guide
Maximum media width: 118 mm (4.65")

Unprintable area

Printable area

H R

2.5 mm (0.10")

Reference end
Direction of media feed

MODEL H R
104.0 mm 11.5 mm
CL-S700/CL-S700R
(4.1) (0.45)
105.0 mm 10.5 mm
CL-S703
(4.1) (0.41)

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1-3. Printing Position Accuracy

1-3. Printing Position Accuracy


By default, the printing start position is 2.5 mm (0.10") from the left end of the media and 1 mm
(0.04") backward the leading edge of the label, U-shaped notch, or black mark.
2.5 mm (0.10") is the necessary value to avoid printing in the unprintable area as mentioned in 1-2
"Printable Area".

The printing start position will deviate from the ideal position as follows:

Maximum media width: 118 mm (4.65")


Unprintable area

Printable area

Unprintable area
100 2 mm*4
2.5 1 mm*3 (39.4 0.08")
(0.10 0.04")

Actual printing start position*1


1 mm (0.04")

Ideal printing start position 1 2 mm*2


(0.04 0.08")
2.5 mm
(0.10")

Reference edge Direction of media feed


(Paper guide)

*1: Actual printing start position. May deviates from the ideal one in the indicated range.
*2: Deviation of vertical positioning when printing position is set to 0.
*3: Deviation of horizontal positioning when printing position is set to 0.
*4: Deviation of vertical printing position when 100 mm is specified from the printing start
position.

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1-4. Adjustable Sensors/Front Fixed Sensor

1-4. Adjustable Sensors/Front Fixed Sensor


There are two types of media sensors (adjustable sensor located on the rear side of the printer and
front fixed sensor located on the front left) that detect a label or tag position. They are selectable
with the Sensor Select menu (Rear Adj sensor for adjustable sensor and Front Fixed Sen for
front fixed sensor). By default, the adjustable sensor is selected and it covers wide range of media
width. The front fixed sensor is suitable for printing narrower width media and, since it is located
near the thermal head, more accurate detection of label or tag position will be expected.

Adjustable sensor:
Adjustable sensor consists of two media sensors; the upper sensor (transparent sensor) and the
bottom sensor (reflective sensor). The upper sensor and bottom sensor are used to detect the
labels on the liner or the U-shaped notches of tag. While, the bottom sensor is used to detect the
black marks on tag. Both sensors are used to detect media end.
By turning the adjustable sensor position knob, both transparent and reflective sensors move right
and left simultaneously. As you turn the adjustable sensor position knob, the yellow mark that is
located in front of the scale moves along the scale.
The factory-set position of the sensors is 6.5mm (0.2559") from the media guide. In this position,
the T mark is printed on the scale and this position is the same position as the front fixed sensor.
For details about the adjustable sensors, refer to 2-1-3.Label/Tag Position Detection Mechanism".

Center
Media guide 0 to 59 mm (0 to 2.32")
T: Upper sensor (LED)
Moveable range of sensors
S: Lower sensor (Phototransistor)
6.5 mm (0.2559") S: Lower sensor (LED)
Factory-set position
Media
Unprintable area
Unprintable area

Printable area

11.5 mm
(0.45")

104.0 mm (4.1") (CL-S700/CL-S700R)


2.5 mm 105.0 mm (4.1) (CL-S703)
(0.10")
Maximum media width: 118 mm (4.65")

11.5 mm (0.45) (CL-S700/CL-S700R)


Direction of media feed 10.5 mm (0.41) (CL-S703)

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1-4. Adjustable Sensors/Front Fixed Sensor

Front fixed sensor:


It is basically the same as the adjustable sensor except that the front fixed sensor is not adjustable.

T: Upper sensor (LED)


Media guide Center
S: Lower sensor (Phototransistor)
S: Lower sensor (LED)
6.5 mm (0.2559")
Media

Unprintable area
Unprintable area

Printable area

104.0 mm (4.1") (CL-S700/CL-S700R)


2.5 mm 105.0 mm (4.1) (CL-S703) 11.5 mm
(0.10") (0.45")
Maximum media width: 118 mm (4.65")

11.5 mm (0.45) (CL-S700/CL-S700R)


Direction of media feed 10.5 mm (0.41) (CL-S703)

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CHAPTER 2
OPERATING PRINCIPLES

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles

Table of Contents

2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism........................................................................................2-4


2-1-1. Locations of Main Electrical Parts ......................................................................2-4
(1) CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700 (Printer Part).................................................2-4
(2) CL-S700 (Rewinder Part) ..........................................................................2-6
2-1-2. Media Feed Mechanism .....................................................................................2-7
2-1-3. Label/Tag Position Detection Mechanism ..........................................................2-8
2-1-4. Top Cover Open Detection Mechanism..............................................................2-10
2-1-5. Print Head Up/Down Detection Mechanism .......................................................2-11
2-1-6. Head Balance Adjustment Mechanism...............................................................2-12
2-1-7. Media Thickness Adjustment Mechanism ..........................................................2-13
2-1-8. Rewinder Cover Open Detection Mechanism (CL-S700R only).........................2-14
2-1-9. Rewinding Mechanism (CL-S700R only) ...........................................................2-15
2-2. Operation of Control Parts ..............................................................................................2-16
2-2-1. Configuration of Printer ......................................................................................2-16
(1) AC Inlet & Power Switch/Filter & Power Supply section............................2-17
(2) Main PCB...................................................................................................2-17
(3) Operation panel .........................................................................................2-18
(4) Thermal print head.....................................................................................2-18
(5) Sensors......................................................................................................2-18
(6) Motors........................................................................................................2-19
(7) Parallel I/F (IEEE1284) ..............................................................................2-19
(8) Serial I/F (RS-232C) ..................................................................................2-19
(9) USB (Universal Serial Bus) I/F ..................................................................2-19
(10) Ethernet I/F (Option) ..................................................................................2-19
(11) Wireless LAN I/F (Option)..........................................................................2-19
(12) Connect PCB .............................................................................................2-19
2-2-2. Memory Map ......................................................................................................2-20
2-2-3. Sensors ..............................................................................................................2-21
(1) Top cover open sensor ..............................................................................2-21
(2) Head up sensor .........................................................................................2-22
(3) Adjustable Sensor......................................................................................2-23
(4) Front Fixed Sensor ....................................................................................2-25
(5) Head temperature sensor ..........................................................................2-26
(6) PF motor temperature sensor....................................................................2-27
(7) Ribbon encoder .........................................................................................2-28
(8) Rewinder cover open sensor (CL-S700R only) .........................................2-29
(9) Rewinder motor temperature sensor (CL-S700R only) .............................2-30
(10) Peel sensor (CL-S700R only) ..................................................................2-31
2-2-4. Drivers ................................................................................................................2-32

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(1) PF motor driver ..........................................................................................2-32


(2) Head driver ................................................................................................2-33
(3) Rewinder motor driver (CL-S700R only)....................................................2-35
2-3. Operation Panel ..............................................................................................................2-37
2-3-1. External view ......................................................................................................2-37
(1) Keys...........................................................................................................2-37
(2) LEDs ..........................................................................................................2-37
(3) LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)......................................................................2-37
2-3-2. Menu setup mode...............................................................................................2-38
2-3-3. Test mode...........................................................................................................2-38
(1) Self print mode...........................................................................................2-38
(2) Hex dump mode ........................................................................................2-39
(3) Menu list print mode ..................................................................................2-40
2-3-4. Factory/Service mode ........................................................................................2-41
(1) How to enter Factory/Service Mode..............................................................2-41
(2) How to print the Factory Mode Settings menus ............................................2-43
(3) How to change the settings in Factory mode.............................................2-46
(3-1) Submenu table in Factory mode ...................................................2-46
(3-2) Setting submenu in Factory mode ................................................2-49
(4) How to operate submenus in Service mode ..............................................2-50
(4-1) Submenu table in Service mode.......................................................2-50
(4-2) Submenu operation in Service mode ................................................2-51
2-4. Interface ..........................................................................................................................2-53
2-4-1. Serial Interface ...................................................................................................2-53
(1) Specifications.............................................................................................2-53
(2) Signal line and pin assignment ..................................................................2-53
(3) Protocol......................................................................................................2-54
2-4-2. Parallel Interface ................................................................................................2-55
(1) Specifications.............................................................................................2-55
(2) Signal line and pin assignment ..................................................................2-55
(3) Parallel port status signals when an error occurs ......................................2-56
(4) Compatible timing specification .................................................................2-56
2-4-3. USB Interface .....................................................................................................2-58
(1) Specifications.............................................................................................2-58
(2) Signal line and pin arrangement ................................................................2-58

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2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism


This printer is a thermal transfer barcode & label printer comprised of the following mechanisms:
media feed, label/tag detection, cover open detection, print head up/down detection, head balance
adjustment, media thickness adjustment, and others.
This section describes the operation of each of these mechanisms.

2-1-1. Locations of Main Electrical Parts


(1) CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R (Printer Part)
The following figure shows the locations of main electrical parts.
Unit, Power Supply
SA, Fan
Ribbon Encoder
(Ribbon Running Sensor/
Ribbon End Sensor)

SA, Head Up SW
Unit, Head
Unit, Centro PCB
SA, Cover Open Sens

SA, Ope-pane PCB SA, Main PCB

Transparent Sensor
Adjustable Sensor
Reflective Sensor
Unit, Motor
SA, Connect PCB
Transparent Sensor
Reflective Sensor Front Fixed Sensor

Part name Description


Unit, Motor This motor feeds media. A thermistor is attached to this motor to detect
the motor temperature.
SA, Head Up SW This sensor is a mechanical switch to detect the print head position; up
(Head Up Sensor) or down.
Adjustable Sensor Consists of the transparent sensor and the reflective sensor that move
to right and left simultaneously by turning the adjust sensor position
knob. Together with the reflective sensor, it is used to detect a label
stuck on liner or a U-shaped notch on tag. The reflective sensor alone
is used to detect the black marks on tag. The media end is detected
with these sensors.

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Part name Description


Front Fixed Sensor Consists of the transparent sensor and the reflective sensor.
The function is the same as for adjustable sensor except that this
sensor is fixed and does not move.
SA, Cover Open Sens This sensor is a photo interrupter to detect the top cover open
(Top Cover Open Sensor) status.
Ribbon Encoder (Ribbon This sensor is a photo interrupter to detect the ribbon running. It
Running Sensor/Ribbon also detects the ribbon end. (It is a part of the Unit, Frame Ribbon
End Sensor) L)
Unit, Head This is a thermal head consisting of a head driver and thermal
elements. It incorporates a thermistor to detect the thermal head
temperature.
SA, Ope-pane PCB Consists of LCD, LED and switches for operation.
SA, Main PCB Controls enter printer system.
Unit, Centro PCB This PCB is a connector board of the parallel interface.
Unit, Power Supply Converts AC to DC and feeds DC power to the circuits.
SA, Connect PCB This PCB will be used for optional cutter unit and optional peeler
unit.
SA, Fan Cooling fan that rotates during printing.

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(2) CL-S700R (Rewinder Part)


The following figure shows the locations of main electrical parts for CL-S700R (Rewinder part).

SA, Peeler Sensor

SA, Rewinder Motor

SA, Rewinder PCB


SA, Interlock SW
<CL-S700 (Rewinder Part)>

Part name Description


SA, Peel Sensor This sensor is a photo reflector to detect the presence of peeled
label at the exit of the printer.
SA, Rewinder Motor Rewinds the liner of the printed media. It consists of the rewinder
motor, motor control PCB and thermistor that detects the motor
temperature.
SA, Interlock SW This is a mechanical switch to detect the open/close status of the
(Rewinder Cover Open rewinder cover.
Sensor)
SA, Rewinder PCB Controls the rewinder operation.

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2-1-2. Media Feed Mechanism


The major components of the media feed mechanism are:
(a) Unit, Motor (d) Motor Drive Belt
(b) SA1, Drive Shaft (e) Platen Drive Belt
(c) Unit, Roller Platen (f) Tension Plate block

By setting the head block to the down position, the Unit, Head pushes media against the platen.
As the Unit, Motor (stepping motor) (located on the left) turns counterclockwise viewing from the
right side of the printer, the platen turns counterclockwise via the Motor Drive Belt (on the left side),
SA 1, Drive Shaft (that links left and right side) and Platen Drive Belt (on the right side). Then,
media is fed forward by the friction force produced between the platen and the Unit, Head.
Since the spring pulls the bottom of the Tension Plate block as shown in the figure, the Tension
Plate block gives an adequate tension to the Platen Drive Belt.

When the Unit, Motor turns clockwise viewing from the right side of the printer, media is fed
reversely.
One step of the Unit, Motor feeds media by 1/16 mm (0.0025").
(Take-up Reel) (Supply Reel)

Thermal Element Ribbon

Unit, Head

4
Tension Plate Block

Platen 3
(Unit, Roller Platen)

2
Belt, Platen Drive
(Right side)
SA1, Drive Shaft 1

Belt, Motor Drive


(Left side)

Unit, Motor (Left side)

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2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

2-1-3. Label/Tag Position Detection Mechanism


The major components of the label/tag position detection mechanism are:
(a) Adjustable Sensor (consisting of transparent sensor and reflective sensor)
(b) Front Fixed Sensor (consisting of transparent sensor and reflective sensor)

By default, the Sensor Select menu is set to Rear Adj Sensor, and the adjustable sensor is
selected.
The Adjustable Sensor consists of the reflective sensor (bottom sensor) and the transparent
sensor (upper sensor) as shown blow. The reflective sensor consists of 1 LED and 1
phototransistor, while the transparent sensor consists of 1 LED (in practice, LED is not a sensor
but it acts as a sensor by the combination of the reflective sensors phototransistor).

The following table shows how the sensors detect a label, U-shaped notch or black mark.

 

   
 
 


 
 
     





 
  



  

  
   

  






 
   


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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

Detecting labels: (Media Sensor menu: See Through)


For detecting label on the liner, both reflective sensor and transparent sensor are used. Label
paper passes through between both sensors. The light emitted from the LED of the transparent
sensor passes through the media and reaches the phototransistor of the reflective sensor. In liner
part and label part, the amount of light that can pass through differs. Thus, the current flowing into
the phototransistor differs, and the output of the phototransistor also differs.
From the difference in outputs, the CPU on the Main PCB can detect the leading edge of label.

Detecting U-shaped notches of tag: (Media Sensor menu: See Through)


For detecting U-shaped notches of tag, the same principle as for detecting label applies, except
that the light is directly falls on the phototransistor through the notch.

Detecting black marks on tag: (Media Sensor menu: Reflect)


For detecting black marks on tag, only the reflective sensor is used. Light emitted from the LED is
reflected by the tag (at other than the black mark) and reaches the phototransistor of the reflective
sensor. At the black mark, the light is not reflected. The CPU on the Main PCB detects the black
mark by sensing the output of the phototransistor.

Detecting continuous media: (Media Sensor menu: None)


For detecting continuous media, only the reflective sensor is used. In this case, only media end is
detected by the reflective sensor.

Detecting media end:


For any media, media end is detected with the sensor.

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

2-1-4. Top Cover Open Detection Mechanism


The component of the top cover detection mechanism is as follows:
(a) SA, Cover Open Sens

The top cover open detection mechanism detects the open/close status of the top cover.
When the top cover is closed, the claw of top cover engages with the SA, Cover Open Sens (photo
interrupter). While it is opened, it comes off the SA, Cover Open Sens.
The CPU on the Main PCB detects open/close status of the top cover by sensing the output from
the SA, Cover Open Sens. When the top cover is opened, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD
displays Error Cover Open on the operation panel.

Top Cover

Claw

SA, Cover Open Sens


(Photo interrupter)

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

2-1-5. Print Head Up/Down Detection Mechanism


The component of the print head up/down detection mechanism is as follows:
(a) SA, Head Up SW

The print head up/down detection mechanism detects the up (open)/down (close) status of the
head block.
When the head block is in the up position, the switch lever of the SA, Head Up SW is released and
the switch turns OFF. While, the head block is in the down position, it is pushed by the head block
and the switch turns ON.
The CPU on the Main PCB detects up or down position of the head block by sensing the switch
output of the SA, Head Up SW. When the head block is in the up position, the ERROR LED blinks
and the LCD displays ERROR HEAD OPEN on the operation panel.

[Rear View]

Head Block

Switch OFF

SA, Head Up SW
Head Block

Switch ON

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2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

2-1-6. Head Balance Adjustment Mechanism


The major components of the head balance adjustment mechanism are:
(a) Adjust Screw (Media width adjustment knob)
(b) Slider
(c) Head Spring L/R

The head balance adjustment mechanism is used to eliminate uneven printing density on the left
and right sides of media. The head balance adjustment is accomplished by changing the right side
head pressure according to media width to be used. To change it, the Adjust Screw (Media width
adjustment knob) is used.

When narrow media is used (needs to give weak pressure on the right side):
As you can see from the figure, the Head Spring L pushes the left side Unit, Head against the
platen, at a constant pressure. While the Head Spring R pushes the right side Unit, Head against
the Platen SA via the Slider. Since the Slider has taper shape on its bottom, the pressure that is
developed by the Head Spring R varies with the Slider position. As the Slider moves toward the left
(or the Adjust Screw is turned counterclockwise), the Head Spring R gives a weaker pressure to
the Unit, Head. While, it moves to the right, a stronger pressure is given.
For example, when narrow media is set, since no media exists on the right side, the right side
pressure of the Unit, Head must be weak. Otherwise, the Unit, Head will slant toward the right and
pressure is not appropriately given to narrow media, resulting in uneven printing density.
To obtain optimum printing result, you need to move the Slider to the left by turning the Adjust
Screw, while viewing the indicator in the media width check window.

[For narrow media]


Media width
check window 25
50
75
(mm) 100
Slider
Head Spring L Adjust Screw

Head Unit
Media

Platen Constant Head Spring R


pressure
Pressure: Low
[For wide media]

Pressure: High

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2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

When wide media is used (need to give strong pressure on the right side):
The same principle applies to wide media. However, in this case, since the media is wide, the
Slider should be moved toward the right (or the Adjust Screw should be turned clockwise) to get
stronger pressure by the Head Spring R.

2-1-7. Media Thickness Adjustment Mechanism


The major components of the media thickness adjustment mechanism are:
(a) Media thickness adjustment screw (c) Offset Spring
(b) Head Plate

According to the change in media thickness, the thermal element position of the Unit, Head
changes slightly. The media thickness adjustment mechanism is used to correct this change by
moving the thermal element position back and forth a little, by turning the media thickness
adjustment screw. With this adjustment, optimum printing quality is obtained.
For thin media (standard label, thermal media, etc.):
For thin media, normally, the media thickness adjustment screw will be turned counterclockwise 2
to 4 turns from the center line of the media thickness check window.
As shown in the figure, when the media thickness adjustment screw is turned counterclockwise
from the center position, the right end of the Head Plate is pushed up by the Offset Spring and the
thermal element parts slightly moves to the right.

[For standard label/thermal media] Media Thickness Adjustment Screw

Head Plate
Offset Spring
Head Unit
(Thermal elements)
Media Thickness
Check Window
Platen

[For thick media (tag)] Media Thickness Adjustment Screw

Head Unit
(Thermal elements)

Media Thickness
Check Window
Platen

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2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

For thick media (tag paper):


For thick media, normally, the media thickness adjustment screw will be turned further clockwise 2
to 4 turns from the center line of the media thickness check window. When the media thickness
adjustment screw is turned clockwise further from the center position, the right end of the Head
Plate is lowered and the thermal element parts slightly moves to the left.
Shipping position:
It is the position where the screw is turned by 2 turns counterclockwise from the center line (head
offset 0) of the media thickness check window.

2-1-8. Rewinder Cover Open Detection Mechanism (CL-S700R only)


The component of the rewinder cover detection mechanism is as follows:
(a) SA, Interlock SW (Rewinder Cover Open Sensor)

The rewinder cover open detection mechanism detects the open/close status of the rewinder
cover.
When the rewinder cover is closed, the lever of the interlock switch is pushed by the plate A and
it turns ON. While the rewinder cover is opened, the plate A comes off the interlock switch and
the switch turns OFF.
The CPU on the Main PCB detects open/close status of the rewinder cover by sensing the output
from the SA, Interlock SW.
When the rewinder cover is opened, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays Error Rewinder
Open on the operation panel.

(Rewinder Cover)

SA, Interlock SW

ON OFF
A
SA, Interlock SW

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2-1. Operation of Each Mechanism

2-1-9. Rewinding Mechanism (CL-S700R only)


The components of the rewinding mechanism are as follows:
(a) SA, Rewinder Motor (c) Measure Flap Plate
(b) SA, Rewinder Flange (e) SA, Rewinder PCB

As the rewinder motor turns, the SA, Rewinder Flange turns to wind up the liner. The Measure
Flap Plate is pushed by the wound liner and turns backward and passes the form sensor (photo
interrupters PS501/PS502) on the SA, Rewinder PCB. The amount of liner wound up at the flange
is divided into four stages as follows (refer to the figure):
1st stage: PS501: ON, PS502: OFF
2nd stage: PS501: ON, PS502: ON
3rd stage: PS501: OFF, PS502: ON
4th stage (Full): PS501: OFF, PS502: OFF
The rewinder motor speed to wind up the liner is changed in 1st to 3rd stages (fast to slow).
When the Full state is detected, the CPU stops rewinder motor. In this state, the ERROR LED
blinks and the LCD displays Error Rewinder Full on the operation panel.
When printing is performed, the rewinder motor starts to turn to wind up the liner. Turning of the
motor is detected by photo interrupter of the SA, Rewinder PCB. While the motor is turning, the
blade at the end of motor turns and the intermittent pulse is output to the CPU from the photo
interrupter. When the flange tightly wound up the liner, the motor stops as it cannot run further. In
this state, since no pulse is output from the photo interrupter, the CPU judges that the liner has
wound up and stops the motor. Above winding cycle is repeated for the next printing.

SA, Rewinder Flange Liner


[Viewed from the left of the Rewinder Part]
Plate, Measure Flap
SA, Rewinder Flange

Liner

SA, Rewinder
PCB

PS502 PS501
(Blade)

(Photo Interrupter)
SA, Rewinder Motor

Error: Rewinder Full

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

2-2. Operation of Control Parts


2-2-1. Configuration of Printer
The following shows major configuration blocks.
(CL-S700/CL-S703) (CL-S700R)

(Option) Auto Cutter Unit Rewinder Unit


Cutter Motor SA, Rewinder Motor
Cutter Position Encode Sensor Rewinder Cover
Cutter PCB Rewinder Motor Open Sensor
Sensor
Temp. Sensor Rewinder Motor (DC)
Cutter Motor A/D
Temp. Sensor
Rewinder PCB Peeler Unit
(Option) Peeler Unit A/D
Form Sensor Peel Sensor
Peel Sensor A/D Connect PCB

RF-ID R/W Main PCB


(Serial Data)

CPU RS232C
Ribbon Encoder Driver/Receiver RS232C

Head Up Sensor UPD703111AGM-13-UEU-A USB 1.1


A/D 128MHz
Front Fixed Sensor Fan

Adjustable Sensor A/D


D/A Converter
- PF motor current
BZ - PE sensor LED
Thermal Head A/D
Temp. Sensor - Rewind motor current

PF Motor A/D Control / C.G.


Temp. Sensor F-ROM(32Mbit)

Cover Open
Sensor
S-DRAM (128Mbits)

SA, Ope-pane PF Motor


PCB Custom IC (Gate Array) Driver PF Motor
(SW & LED) SLA7033M
UPD65946GJ-165-3EB-A
LCD
(Serial Data)

IEEE1284
Transceiver
Thermal Print
Head

LAN I/F (Option)


AC Inlet & Power Switch/
Ethernet I/F Filter & Power Supply

Wireless LAN IEEE1284

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

Major functions of individual components are described below:

(1) AC Inlet & Power Switch/Filter & Power Supply section


Consists of a fuse, a filter circuit to eliminate external electric noise, and a switching type
regulator to transform an AC input to +5V DC and +24V DC outputs required to drive the
printer.

(2) Main PCB


Controls the entire operations of the printer. It consists of CPU, Flash ROM, S-DRAM, Custom
IC (Gate Array), driver circuits, etc.

(a) CPU
The CPU is a microprocessor with 32-bit architecture. The clock fed to the CPU is 16 MHz.
The CPU internally multiplies this 16 MHz by 8 times and uses 128 MHz clock. The CPU
includes cache memory, RAMs, DMA controller, serial I/F, USB function controller, A/D
converter, etc.

(b) Flash ROM


This is a flash ROM of 32M bits (4M bytes) that stores the firmware and CG (character
generator).

(c) S-DRAM (Synchronous dynamic RAM)


This is an S-DRAM of 128M bits (16M bytes) that is used as working area, input buffer and
download buffer.

(d) Custom IC (Gate Array)


The custom IC incorporates a control circuit for the interface I/O port, motor, print head,
etc.

(e) PF motor driver


This is a circuit to drive the PF Motor. The PF Motor is a stepping motor.

(f) Buzzer
The buzzer is driven when an alarm, etc. occurs.

(g) Fan
This is a cooling fan at the left rear of the printer. Rotation of the fan is controlled by the
CPU and the fan rotates during printing. The CPU monitors fan lock signal to check for any
fan abnormality. If the fan stops during printing, ERROR LED blinks and Error Fan Lock
is displayed on the operational panel.

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(3) Operation panel


This is a panel used to indicate the operating status of the printer and to set specifications. It
consists of 4 keys, 6 LEDs and 1 LCD.

(4) Thermal print head


The thermal print head has the following thermal elements. It also has the print head driver
circuit.
864 dots (CL-S700/CL-S700R)
1275 dots (CL-S703)

(5) Sensors
CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R (Printer Part):
The following 9 sensors are used:
Sensor name Description
Top Cover Open Sensor It is a photo interrupter to detect top cover open. (SA,
Cover Open Sens)
Head Up Sensor It is a mechanical switch (SA, Head Up SW) to detect
head open/close status.
Adjustable Sensor and Front Fixed Each transparent sensor:
Sensor Consists of 1 LED.
(Consists of the transparent sensor Each reflective sensor:
and reflective sensor.) Consists of 1 LED and 1 phototransistor.
Thermal Head Temp. Sensor A thermistor incorporated in the print head.
PF Motor Temp. Sensor A thermistor attached to the PF Motor.
Ribbon Encoder (Ribbon Running A photo interrupter to detect ribbon running. It also
Sensor/Ribbon End Sensor) detects the ribbon end. (A part of the Unit, Frame
Ribbon L.)

CL-S700R (Rewinder Part):


The following 5 sensors are used:
Sensor name Description
Peel Sensor It is a photo reflector to detect the presence of peeled
label at the exit of the printer.
Rewinder Cover Open Sensor It is a mechanical switch to detect rewinder cover
open/close status. (SA, Interlock SW)
Form Sensor Two photo interrupters that are used to detect the
amount of liner wounded by the flange. Full state is
also detected. (PS501 and PS502 on the SA,
Rewinder PCB.)
Encode Sensor A photo interrupter to detect the running of rewinder
motor. (A part of the SA, Rewinder Motor)
Rewinder Motor Temp. Sensor A thermistor attached to the rewinder motor.
(A part of the SA, Rewinder Motor)

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(6) Motors
PF motor is used. It is a stepping motor to feed media. Ribbon will be fed with the media
through developed friction force.
Rewinder motor is used (CL-S700R only). It is a DC motor to turn the rewinder flange for
winding up liner.

(7) Parallel I/F (IEEE1284)


This is a parallel I/F to transmit and receive parallel data between the printer and a host. It
supports Centronics Compatible mode, NIBBLE mode and ECP mode.
Parallel I/F, serial I/F, or USB I/F is automatically selected when data is received.

(8) Serial I/F (RS-232C)


This is a circuit to transmit and receive serial data between the printer and the host.
Parallel I/F, serial I/F, or USB I/F is automatically selected when data is received.

(9) USB (Universal Serial Bus) I/F


This is a circuit to transmit and receive serial data between the printer and the host using the
USB.
Parallel I/F, serial I/F, or USB I/F is automatically selected when data is received.

(10) Ethernet I/F (Option)


This is a circuit which supports Ethernet protocol. LAN connection is possible.

(11) Wireless LAN I/F (Option)


This is a circuit which supports Ethernet protocol. Wireless LAN connection is possible.

(12) Connect PCB


This is a relay PCB to connect optional peeler unit and auto cutter unit.

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

2-2-2. Memory Map


0000000H
Command RAM
CPU
001FFFFH
(Built-in CPU)

0100000H
Boot Loader (1)
0103FFFH
0104000H Setting Information
0105FFFH (User Settings)
0106000H
Setting Information
0107FFFH (Factory-set Settings)
0108000H
Boot Loader (2)
010FFFFH Flash ROM
0110000H 4M bytes
Firmware (Datamax)
027FFFFH
0280000H
Firmware (Zebra)
03BFFFFH
03C0000H
Downloading Area (1M bytes)
04BFFFFH

04E0000H
Service Information (Backup)
04EFFFFH
04F0000H
Service Information
04FFFFFH

0800000H
Firmware (about 400K bytes)
SDRAM
Receiving Buffer (16K bytes x 3)* 16M bytes
Command Buffer (128K bytes)
Others *: 16K bytes for each I/F
0FFFFFFH (USB, IEEE1284 and Serial)

4000000H
I/O Custom IC
40FFFFFH

FFFB000H
Data RAM (Built-in CPU)
FFFEFFFH CPU
FFFF000H
I/O (Built-in CPU)
FFFFFFFH

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

2-2-3. Sensors
(1) Top cover open sensor
The top cover open sensor is used to detect the open/close status of the top cover. This
sensor uses a photo interrupter.

J14 J401 J403


+5V
+3.3V 1 22 1 Cover Open Sensor

U1 CPU R406 2
R190
CV_OPN R191 19 4 3
P75
173 22 1 4
C113

[Main PCB] [Ope-pane PCB]

When the top cover is closed, the claw of the top cover is engaged with the photo interrupter
(top cover open sensor). In this case, light emitted from the LED of the photo interrupter is
blocked by the claw and the phototransistor turns OFF. As a result, pin 173 (CV_OPN) of U1
(CPU) goes "High".
When the top cover is opened, the claw is released from the photo interrupter and pin 173
(CV_OPN) of U1 (CPU) goes "Low".
When the top cover is opened, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays ERROR
COVER OPEN on the operation panel.

Top Cover

Claw

SA, Cover Open Sens


(Photo interrupter)

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(2) Head up sensor


The head up sensor (SA, Head Up SW) is used to detect the head position (up or down). This
sensor uses a mechanical micro switch.

When the head block is closed (in the down position), the head block pushes the micro switch
lever and the micro switch turns ON. In this state, pin 174 (HDUSENS) of U1 (CPU) goes
"Low".
When the head block is opened (in the up position), the micro switch turns OFF and pin 174
(HDUSENS) of U1 (CPU) goes "High".
When the head block is opened, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays ERROR HEAD
OPEN on the operation panel.




 
   

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[Rear View]

Head Block

Switch OFF

SA, Head Up SW
Head Block

Switch ON

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 2-22
Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(3) Adjustable Sensor


The adjustable sensor consists of the transparent sensor (upper sensor) and the reflective
sensor (lower sensor), and media passes between these sensors.
The transparent sensor and reflective sensor are used to detect the label stuck on liner and the
U-shaped notch on tag. While the reflective sensor alone is used to detect the black mark on
the bottom surface of tag. Both sensors are also used to detect the media end.
The transparent sensor consists of 1 LED (this is not a sensor actually but it acts as the
transparent sensor by the combination of the phototransistor in the reflective sensor). The
reflective sensor consists of 1 LED and 1 phototransistor.
+5V
U14 +3.3V
Custom IC Q8 [Transparent Sensor]
DTA114EM
R203 R202 Q9 J7 SA, Sensor U
100 LEDMOVE_R DTA114EM
PFCNT2 1 UP LED A
Q27 Q28
2SC5658 2SC5658 2 UP LED K
99 LEDMOVE_T
PFCNT1
77
OPRS
R120
U1 CPU Media
U20B R122
5
6 SENSMOVE 7 +
ANI1 J22
- 6 DO NOT R124
DO NOT
R207
1
DOWN
C83 LED A
BA2904 ADJUST! ADJUST! DOWN
2
LED K
VR3 VR4 +3.3V
3 DOWN TR C
4 DOWN TR E
Q20 Q21
U4 BH2227 DTC114EM DTC114EM SA, Sensor Bottom
DACIN [Reflective Sensor]
P25 145 12 DI AO1 1 U5B
DACCLK 11 2 PESENSLED 5
P23 147 CLK AO2 + 7
CS_DAC 10 R125 6
CSB AO3 5 - Q10
R126
C85 BA2904 2SC5658

C86 R127

[Main PCB]

Caution
- DO NOT adjust VR3 and VR4 on the Main PCB. (Leave them at the factory
setting condition.) If it is turned, media sensor sensitivity is changed and the
media detection will not be correctly made.

Transparent sensor (used for detecting the label or U-shaped notch):


When transparent sensor is used together with the reflective sensor (media sensor menu: See
Through), pin 99 (LEDMOVE_T) of U14 (Custom IC) goes High, Q28 and Q9 turn ON and
the LED of the transparent sensor turns ON. The current flowing into the LED (the light amount
to be emitted) for detecting label is determined by U4 (D/A converter), U5B and Q10 under the
control of the U1 (CPU) and U14 (Custom IC).
When the liner (without label stuck on it) passes between both transparent and reflective
sensors, the light emitted from the LED of the transparent sensor reaches the phototransistor
of reflective sensor, passing through the liner.

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

Thus, the phototransistor conducts and the voltage corresponding to the amount of light
received is applied to the analog input (pin 6 (SENSMOVE)) of U1 (CPU) via OP amp. U20B.
The CPU senses this voltage and judges that the light is passing through media, namely, the
liner part without label is now passing through the sensors.
When the label part arrives at the sensors, the light is blocked by the label and does not reach
the phototransistor. So, the phototransistor turns OFF and pin 6 (SENSMOVE) of U1 (CPU)
goes from High to "Low". From this level change, the CPU can detect the leading edge
(arrival) of the label on the liner.
If media runs out, the light directly falls on the phototransistor and the phototransistor
continuously turns ON. From this, media end is detected.
The above principle applies when media with U-shaped notch is used. In this case, since the
light directly falls the phototransistor, the current flowing into the LED (the amount of light
emitted) is appropriately set for detecting the U-shaped notch.

Reflective sensor (used for detecting the black mark on tag):


The reflective sensor alone is used (media sensor menu: Reflect). In this case, pin 100
(LEDMOVE_R) goes High, Q27 and Q8 turn ON and the LED of the reflective sensor turns
ON. The current flowing into the LED (the light amount to be emitted) for detecting black mark
is determined by U4 (D/A converter), U5B and Q10 under the control of the U1 (CPU) and U14
(Custom IC).
When tag with black marks is used, light emitted from the LED is reflected by the tag and
reaches the phototransistor. At the place where no black mark exists, the phototransistor
receives the reflected light and conducts. So, the voltage corresponding to the amount of light
received is applied to the analog input (pin 6 (SENSMOVE)) of U1 (CPU) via U20B. When the
light falls on the black mark, no light is reflected, the phototransistor turns OFF, and pin 6 of U1
(CPU) goes Low.
When media runs out, the light is not reflected by media any more and the phototransistor
continuously turns OFF. From this, media end is detected.

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(4) Front Fixed Sensor


The principle of the front fixed sensor is the same as that of the adjustable sensor.
To use the front fixed sensor, you need to change the Sensor Select menu from Rear Adj
sensor to Front Fixed Sen.
+5V
U14 +3.3V
Custom IC Q6 [Transparent Sensor]
DTA114EM
R201 R200 Q7 J6 SA, Sensor U
94 LEDFIX_R DTA114EM
LED1 1 UP LED A
Q25 Q26
2SC5658 2SC5658 2 UP LED K
93 LEDFIX_T
LED2
77
OPRS
R117
U1 CPU U20A Media
R118
3
5 SENSFIX 1 +
ANI0 J21
- 2 DO NOT R121
DO NOT
R206
1
DOWN
C81 LED A
BA2904 ADJUST! ADJUST! DOWN
2
LED K
VR1 VR2 +3.3V
3 DOWN TR C
4 DOWN TR E
Q18 Q19
U4 BH2227 DTC114EM DTC114EM SA, Sensor Bottom
DACIN [Reflective Sensor]
P25 145 12 DI AO1 1 U5B
DACCLK 11 2 PESENSLED 5
P23 147 CLK AO2 + 7
CS_DAC 10 R125 6
CSB AO3 5 - Q10
R126
C85 BA2904 2SC5658

C86 R127

[Main PCB]

Caution
- DO NOT adjust VR1 and VR2 on the Main PCB. (Leave them at the factory
setting condition.) If it is turned, media sensor sensitivity is changed and the
media detection will not be correctly made.

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(5) Head temperature sensor


The head temperature sensor is used to detect the temperature of the thermal head (Unit,
Head). This sensor is a thermistor incorporated in the thermal head. Since the resistance of
the thermistor changes according to the temperature change, the voltage at pin 7 (HDTMP) of
U1 (CPU) changes accordingly. The CPU senses the voltage at pin 7 to detect the head
temperature. According to the temperature of the thermal head, the CPU controls the width of
printing pulse that is used to heat the thermal elements, to keep the printing density constant.
J3 Thermal Head
+3.3V
U1 CPU 19

7 HDTMP HDTMP 20
ANI2
R102 Thermal Head
C64
Temp. Sensor
5-8, 21-25 (Thermistor)

[Main PCB]

Printing operation when the head temperature rises abnormally:


When the head temperature rises to 70C (158F), printing stops after printing the current label.
In this case, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays "Alarm Head Hot" on the operation
panel. When the head temperature falls below 60C (140F), the ERROR LED stops blinking,
the LCD returns to the original display On Line, and printing resumes.
(Stops)
Printing Printing
60C 70C
Printing (140F) (Stop) (158F)

Printing operation when the head temperature is too lower:


When the head temperature is lower than -10C (14F), printing is inhibited, and the ERROR
LED blinks and the LCD displays "Error Head Cold" on the operation panel. Printing is not
possible until the temperature of the thermal head gets warm.

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(6) PF motor temperature sensor


The PF motor temperature sensor is used to detect the temperature of the PF Motor. This
sensor is a thermistor bonded to the PF Motor. Since the resistance of the thermistor changes
according to the temperature change, the voltage at pin 8 (MOTTMP) of U1 (CPU) changes
accordingly. The CPU senses the voltage at pin 8 to detect the PF motor temperature.
PF Motor Temp. Sensor
VREF (Thermistor)
J5
U1 CPU
1 M PF Motor
8 MOTTMP 2
ANI3
C78 R110
VREF

R112
[Main PCB]
VREF
R113
R114
R111 U19A 3
1 +
TMPOFF R115
- 2
(To PF Motor Driver)
uPC393GR-9LG

R116

Printing operation when the PF motor temperature rises:


When the temperature of the PF motor rises to 95C (203F), printing speed is reduced to
avoid overheating. If it reaches 105C (221F), the PF motor stops after printing the current
label. In this case, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays "Alarm PFMotor Hot" on the
operation panel.
When the temperature of the PF motor falls below 90C (194F), the LED stops blinking, the
LCD returns to the original display On Line, and printing resumes.

(Stops)
Normal speed Normal speed Low speed
90C 95C 105C
Normal speed (194F) (Stop) (203F) (Stop) (221F)

In addition to the PF motor temperature rise detection by the CPU, the circuitry composed of
U19A OP amp. detects the high temperature over 130C (266F) to protect the PF motor. If the
PF motor temperature exceeds 130C (266F), the output of U19A is reversed and TEMPOFF
signal goes Low. As a result, +24V supply to the PF motor driver circuit is shut off. (For a
detailed description, refer to 2-2-4 (1) PF motor driver.)
When the PF motor temperature falls below 125C (257F), the output of U19A returns from
Low to High so that +24V supply to the PF motor driver circuit resumes.

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(7) Ribbon encoder


The ribbon encoder is a photo interrupter to detect ribbon running and ribbon end, and is
incorporated in the ribbon unit (Unit, Frame Ribbon L). A bladed wheel is mounted on the
supply reel of the ribbon unit. When the supply reel turns, the blades intermittently block the
light emitted from the LED of the ribbon encoder. Thus, while the ribbon is running (supply reel
is rotating), a pulse train is input to pin 76 (RIBENC) of U1 (CPU). With this pulse input, the
CPU can detect tape running and tape end.

Ribbon Unit

J8 Ribbon Encoder
+3.3V (Ribbon Running/
Ribbon End Sensor)
1

2
R130
U1 CPU 3

76 RIBENC R128 4
A0
C87 R129

[Main PCB]

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(8) Rewinder cover open sensor (CL-S700R only)


The rewinder cover open sensor is used to detect the open/close status of the rewinder cover.
This sensor uses a mechanical switch.

+3.3V J16 J502 +RW J504 J701 J702 Rewinder Cover Open Sensor
(SA, Interlock SW)
U1 CPU R164
2 2 1 1 1

OPN R166 5 5 R513 2 2 2


P73
175
C100

Q507 [SA, Rewinder Motor]


DTC114EM

[Rewinder PCB]
[Main PCB]

When the rewinder cover is closed, the lever of the SA, Interlock SW (rewinder cover open
sensor) is pressed by A and the switch turns ON. As a result, pin 175 (OPN) of U1 (CPU)
goes "Low".
When the rewinder cover is opened, the switch turns OFF and pin 175 (OPN) of U1 (CPU)
goes "High".
When the rewinder cover is opened, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays Error
Rewinder Open on the operation panel.

(Rewinder Cover)

SA, Interlock SW

ON OFF
A
SA, Interlock SW

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(9) Rewinder motor temperature sensor (CL-S700R only)


The Rewinder motor temperature sensor is used to detect the temperature of the rewinder
motor. This sensor is a thermistor bonded to the rewinder motor. Since the resistance of the
thermistor changes according to the temperature change, the voltage at pin 11 (MTTH) of U1
(CPU) changes accordingly. The CPU senses the voltage at pin 11 to detect the rewinder
motor temperature.

+3.3V Rewinder Motor Temp. Sensor


(Thermistor)
U1 CPU J15 J501 J504 J701
R155
MTTH R16 10 10 4 4
AN16 M Rewinder Motor
11 5 5 5 5
C98

[Rewinder PCB] [SA, Rewinder Motor]


[Main PCB]

Rewinding operation when the rewinder motor temperature rises:


When the temperature of the rewinder motor rises to 110C (230F), printing/rewinding stops.
In this case, the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays "Alarm Rewinder Hot" on the
operation panel.
When the temperature of the rewinder motor falls below 100C (212F), the LED stops blinking,
the LCD returns to the original display On Line, and printing/rewinding resumes.

(Stops)
Printing Printing
100C 110C
Printing (212F) (Stop) (230F)

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(10) Peel sensor (CL-S700R only)


The peel sensor is used to detect the peeled label at the exit of the printer.
This sensor is a reflective sensor.
When a peeled label exists at the exit of the printer, the light emitted from the LED of the peel
senor is reflected by the label and reaches the phototransistor. Thus, the voltage at pin 12
(PEELSENS) of U1 (CPU) becomes High. The CPU senses the voltage at pin 12 to detect
the presence of label at the exit.
When no label exists at the exit of the printer, the light emitted from the LED does not reach
the phototransistor. Thus, the voltage at pin 12 (PEELSENS) of U1 (CPU) becomes Low.
CRPTYP1 signal (pin 96 (PM1) of U14 (Custom IC)) is used to detect whether the SA, Peel
Sensor is installed in the CL-S700R or not.
Peeled label
+5.0V

J16 J502 J503


+3.3V 1 1 4
U14
Custom IC 2 2 2
R16
96 CRPTYP1 7 7 3
PM1
6 6 5
+3.3V
U1 CPU SA, Peel Sensor
D9 R167 [Rewinder PCB] [Peel Sensor]
PEELSENS R168
AN17
12
R169

[Main PCB]

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

2-2-4. Drivers
(1) PF motor driver
This is a driving circuit to drive the PF Motor (stepping motor). The following illustration shows
a simplified circuit. The PF Motor is driven by the unipolar constant current chopper method.
The exciting method for the motor is the 2-phase method.

The power to the PF Motor is supplied by turning ON the FET Q4. This is accomplished by
activating the monostable multivibrator U16A. When U16A is triggered, Q5 turns ON and FET
Q4 turns ON. (TEMPOFF signal is normally at High. If the PF motor temperature rises
excessively, TEMPOFF signal goes Low and the output from U16A is inhibited. Thus, +24V to
the PF Motor is shut off. For TEMPOFF signal, refer to 2-2-3 (6) PF motor temperature
sensor.)
PFMA, PFMA, PFMB and PFMB signals are the exciting pulses to drive the PF Motor.
The digital-to-analog converter (U4) is used to control the PF motor current by applying its
output to pins 3 and 14 (REFA and B) of the motor driver (U18).

U16A Low: Turns on Q4 to supply


Monostable power to the PF motor. +24V
Multivibrator R104
Q4
PFCLK 1 XP132A11A1
From U1 CPU A Q 13 R105
PFON 2
From U14 Custom IC B
Q5
GRESET 3 J4
From U1 CPU CLR DTC114EM
PFMTCOM
74VHC123 5
U18 2
From PF Motor Temp. Motor Driver
1 4
Sensor Circuit 4 PF Motor
2 7 8
TMPOFF VSA OUT A
U17 12 1 C69 1 M
VSB
PFMA 6 OUT A
INA 18 6
From U14 PFMA 5 OUT B
INA
Custom IC PFMB 17 11 C70 3
INB
PFMB 16 OUT B
INB

U4 BH2227
DACIN 12 1 PFMOTCU R106 3 REFA
DI AO1
From U1 CPU DACCLK 11 14
CLK AO2 2 REFB
CS_DAC 10
From U14 Custom IC CSB AO3 5 C71
R107 SLA7033MPR [Main PCB]

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(2) Head driver


The head driver is incorporated in the Unit, Head.

During printing, pin 116 (HDVON) of U14 (Custom IC) goes to "High", and Q2 and Q1 turn ON.
Thus +24V is supplied to the thermal head (Unit, Head).
The print data is sent from U14 (Custom IC) to the head driver in the thermal head.
The signals HD1 to 4, HDSTB, HDCLK and HDLAT (pins 109 to 113, 108, 115 and 107 of U14)
are sent to the thermal head.
According to the print data (HD1 to 4), the selected thermal elements are heated and the
melted ink makes dots on media (or dots are printed on thermal transfer paper).
The width of heating pulse applied to a thermal element varies with the head temperature to
keep the printing density constant.
U14 Head power supply monitoring
Custom IC +24V
Head supply voltage ON/OFF R93 +3.3V
U1 CPU
R94 Q1 D1
116 2SJ505S R95 R96 VHEADMON 9
HDVON Q2 ANI4
HDVON
DTC114EM R97 C61
+3.3V VHEAD

Q3 Thermal element abnormality check


DTA114EM
117 R99 R100 10
HCVON ANI5
HCVON Q29 HEADRES
DTC114EM C62
D2

Thermal element abnormality check ON


J3
When driving: +24V +5V
When checking: +3.3V 13
HDTHM1
1-4,26-30
U15A 18,16,
109-113 HD1-4 2,4,6,8 14,12 HEADD1-4 10,12,14,17
HDATA1-4 A1-4 Y1-4
108 HDSTB 11 9 HEADSTB 9,15 Thermal
HDSTB A5 Y5 Head
115 HDCLK 13 7 R101 HEADCLK 16
HDCLK A6 Y6
107 HDLAT 16 5 HEADLAT 18
HDLTH A7 Y7
1,19 OE 11

5-8,21-25
74HCT244

[Main PCB]

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

Thermal resistance check:


When the printer is turned ON, the thermal resistance check is conducted. If any fault is found,
the ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays Alarm Head Check on the operation panel.

During the thermal resistance check, pin 117 (HCVON) of U14 (Custom IC) goes to "High", and
Q29 and Q3 turn ON. Thus, +3.3V is supplied to the thermal head, instead of +24V.
The following is a simplified circuitry under checking, where Q3 turns ON and a thermal
element "R" is selected. The voltage at point A becomes the value divided by R99 and R. The
CPU monitors this voltage at pin 10 (HEADRES), and check if the voltage is in the allowable
range or not. (If R is open, the voltage at point A will be about +3.3V.)
Every thermal element is successively checked in this way.

+3.3V

Q3
U1
CPU
R99
A R100 10
ANI5
HEADRES
D2

R Thermal head

R: Resistance of a thermal element in the thermal head

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2-2. Operation of Control Parts

(3) Rewinder motor driver (CL-S700R only)


This is a driving circuit to drive the rewinder motor (DC motor). The following illustration shows
a simplified circuit.
Rewinder motor ON/OFF status is controlled by DCMTR1 and DCMTR0 signals sent from pins
35 and 40 of U1 (CPU).
Motor ON: DCMTR1=L and DCMTR0=H
Motor OFF (free): DCMTR1=L and DCMTR0=L
Braking: DCMTR1=H (DCMTR0=L/H)
When DCMTR1 signal is Low, Q502 turns OFF and Q501 turns OFF. When DCMTR0 signal
is High, Q506 turns ON, Q505 turns OFF and, if Q503 is OFF (DCMTR1 signal is Low),
Q504 turns ON and the rewinder motor is turned.
+24.0V J15 +RW
J501
1 1 R504 D503
+24.0V D504 Q502 D502
U1 CPU 2 2 [SA, Rewinder Motor]
DTC114EM
DCMTR1 R157 7 7 DCMTR1 R506
PCS7 J504 J701
35 DCMTR0 R156 R505 Rewinder Motor
6 6 DCMTR0
PCS4 Q501 1 2
40 C506 2SJ668
Q503
3 3 M
DTC114EM +5.0V 5 5
+5.0V R512 Blade
+5.0V 7 7
MTREF R508 R507
6 6
(+RW Control) R509 Q504
Q505 2SK4033
PS701
+5.0V C507 DTC114EM
Q506
J16 J502 DTC114EM
1 1
+5.0V +24.0V Switching Regulator
+3.3V 2 2

R163 3 3 MTREF U501 +RW


ADJ
MTENC 4 4 MTENC
P72 J15
176 R165 C99

+3.3V +3.3V
U14 +5.0V +5.0V
R153 J15 J501
Custom IC
R154 R511 R510
HPSENS0 R158 8 8 HPSENS0
SW6
84 R159 9 9 HPSENS1
SW5 85
HPSENS1
C96 C97 PS502 PS501

[Main PCB] [Rewinder PCB]

Rewinder Full detection:


The form sensor (photo interrupters PS501 and PS502) on the SA, Rewinder PCB is used to
detect the diameter of wound liner (or the amount of liner) at the flange in the following four
stages. As the diameter increases, the Measure Flap Plate turns backward and engages with
PS501 and PS502.
1st stage: PS501: ON, PS502: OFF
2nd stage: PS501: ON, PS502: ON
3rd stage: PS501: OFF, PS502: ON
4th stage (Full): PS501: OFF, PS502: OFF
The 1st to 3rd stages are used to control the rewinder motor speed as mentioned on the next
page. The 4th stage is the Full state.

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-2. Operation of Control Parts

The outputs of PS501 and PS502 are fed to pins 84 (HPSENS0) and 85(HPSENS1) of U14
(Custom IC). When the Measure Flap Plate engages PS501/PS502, the light emitted from the
LED is blocked by the plate and PS501/PS502 turns ON and pin 84/85 becomes High.
When Full state (PS501: OFF, PS502:OFF) is detected, rewinding operation stops, and the
ERROR LED blinks and the LCD displays Error Rewinder Full on the operation panel.
SA, Rewinder Flange Liner

Plate, Measure Flap


SA, Rewinder Flange

Liner

SA, Rewinder
PCB

PS502 PS501
(Blade)

(Photo Interrupter)
SA, Rewinder Motor

Error: Rewinder Full

Liner rewinding operation:


The rewinder motor turns to wind up the liner. During motor running, the blade of the motor
turns and the intermittent pulse is output from the photo interrupter PS701 of the SA, Rewinder
Motor to pin 176 (MTENC) of U1 (CPU).
The rewinder motor speed should vary according to the diameter of the wound liner to nearly
keep the winding speed constant. The rewinder motor speed is controlled by checking the
ON/OFF status of PS501 and PS502. That is, the rewinder motor speed is high for small
diameter and it is low for large diameter. This is accomplished by the MTREF signal sent to
U501 (Switching regulator) that produces +RW power supply for the rewinder motor. +RW can
be changed by changing the level of the MTREF signal. (Higher +RW turns the rewinder motor
faster.)

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-3. Operation Panel

2-3. Operation Panel


Operation panel is located on the left/front side of the printer.
Operation panel consists of 4 keys, 6 LEDs and 1 LCD.

On Line On Line
Ready Ready
Rewind
POWER ERROR POWER ERROR

FEED FEED

PAUSE STOP PAUSE STOP

MENU MENU

CL-S700/CL-S703 CL-S700R

2-3-1. External view


(1) Keys
There are 4 keys, [MENU], [PAUSE], [FEED] and [STOP]. The function name on the key is
selected when the key is pressed.

(2) LEDs
There are 6 LEDs; POWER LED, ERROR LED and 4 LEDs for keys. The LEDs light up or
blink to indicate printer status, setting modes, or error conditions.
POWER LED: Lights up when power is turned on. (green)
ERROR LED: Blinks when an error occurs. (orange)
LEDs for keys: Light up when power is turned on to illuminate keys.

(3) LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)


The LCD is a 128 x 64 dots display using STN (Super-Twisted Nematic) display system.
It displays printer statuses including alarm statuses, menus and its operation guide, etc.

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2-3. Operation Panel

2-3-2. Menu setup mode


You can set the menu according to your requirements.
To enter menu setup mode, press the [MENU] key while On Line Ready is displayed on the LCD.
For details, refer to the Users Manual.

2-3-3. Test mode


The following Test modes are available:
Operation Description
[FEED] + Power ON Enters self print mode.
[STOP] + Power ON Enters hex dump mode.
[MENU] + Power ON Enters menu list printing mode.

(1) Self print mode


You can check the printing quality by printing the built-in self print pattern.
This function is convenient to obtain optimum printing while adjusting the media thickness with
the Media Thickness Adjustment screw and media width with the Media Width Adjustment
knob.

For label (prints 2 labels): [Print pattern in self print mode]


1. While pressing and holding the [FEED] key, turn on
the power.
2. Wait until the POWER LED turns on and the LCD
indicates Self Print Mode Label Media, and then
release the [FEED] key.
The printer enters self print mode and the label is fed.
Self test printing is made for two labels, and then
printing stops.
3. To repeat self test printing, press the [FEED] key
again.
To exit from self print mode: Turn off the power.

For continuous media:


1. While pressing and holding the [FEED] key, turn on
the power.
2. Wait until the POWER LED turns on and the LCD
changes from Self Print Mode Label Media to Cont.
Media, and then release the [FEED] key.
The printer enters self print mode and the label is fed
for self test printing. After printing it stops.
3. To repeat self test printing, press the [FEED] key again.
To exit from self print mode: Turn off the power.
Media feed direction
<Example of CL-S700/CL-S700R>

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2-3. Operation Panel

(2) Hex dump mode


You can print the data in the receive buffer in the hexadecimal form.

For label:
1. While pressing and holding the [STOP] key, turn on the power.
2. Wait until the POWER LED turns on and the LCD indicates Hex Dump Mode Label
Media, and then release the [STOP] key.
The printer enters hex dump mode and, when print data is sent to the printer, hex dump
printing starts.
To exit from hex dump mode: Turn off the power.

For continuous media:


1. While pressing and holding the [STOP] key, turn on the power.
2. Wait until the POWER LED turns on and the LCD changes from Hex Dump Mode Label
Media to Cont. Media, and then release the [STOP] key.
The printer enters hex dump mode and, when print data is sent to the printer, hex dump
printing starts.
To exit from hex dump mode: Turn off the power.

[Dump list example]

DUMP LIST

02 40 30 31 30 30 0D 02 60 30 30 32 30 0D 02 4C .M0100..c0020..L
44 31 31 0D 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 31 30 D11.100000000010

30 30 31 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 3A 3B 3C 0010123456789:;<

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2-3. Operation Panel

(3) Menu list print mode


You can print the list of machine information and current menu settings.

1. While pressing and holding the [MENU] key, turn on the power.
The POWER LED turns on and the LCD indicates Print Settings, and then automatically
print starts.
The printer prints the list of machine information and current menu settings, and then
enters menu setup mode for further menu operation.
To exit from menu list print mode: In Main menu, press the [PAUSE] (W) key.
Machine Information
Model Number : CL-S700
Boot Version : ****
ROM Version : ********
ROM Date(DD//MM//YY) : XX/XX/XX
ROMCheck Sum : ****
Head Check : OK
Print Counter : 0002.234 km
Service Counter : 0002.234 km
Sensor Monitor : 1.50 V
Option Interface : None

Current Menu Settings


[Page Setup Menu]
Print Speed : 7 IPS
Print Darkness : 12
Darkness Adjust : 00
Print Method : Thermal Transfer
Continuous Media Length : 4.00 inch
Vertical Position : 0.00 inch
Horizontal Shift : 0.00 inch
Vertical Image Shift : 0.00 inch
Sensor Select : Rear Adj Sensor
Media Sensor : See Through
Small Media Adjustment : Off
Small Media Length : 1.00 inch
Symbol Set : PM
[System Setup Menu]
Sensor Level : 1.7 V
Paper End Level : 2.80 V
Error Reporting : On Printing
Cover Open Sensor : Off
Buzzer Select : On
Metric/Inch : Inch
Max Media Length : 10.00 inch
Setting Lock : Off
Keyboard Lock Off
Control Code : STD
Emulation Select : DM4
[After Print Menu] Note:
AutoConfigure : On Citizen continually enhances
Function Select : Tear
Cutter Action : Backfeed its printers with new options
Paper Position : 0.00 inch
Menu Key Action : Enters Menu and settings based on our
[Interface Menu] customers requests. Extra or
RS-232C Baud rate : 9600
RS-232C Parity : None changed menu items may
RS-232C Length : 8 bit
RS-232C Stop bit : 1 bit appear on the print out in some
RS-232C X-ON : Yes cases.
IEEE 1284 : On
USB Device Class : Printer
USB VCOM Protocol : Auto

<Example of Datamax emulation selected (CL-S700)>

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-3. Operation Panel

2-3-4. Factory/Service mode


Factory mode and Service mode are available for maintenance work,
Factory mode:
You can change the factory-set items such as logical shift of the sensor or head.
Service mode:
You can perform checks such as head check and service counter value that shows the media
length printed.

In this section, the followings are explained.


How to enter Factory/Service Mode
How to print the Factory Mode Settings menus
How to change the settings in Factory mode
How to operate service menu in Service mode

(1) How to enter Factory/Service Mode


To enter Factory/Service mode, perform the following operation.
While pressing and holding the [MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys, turn on the printer.

Then, the following is displayed on the LCD.

S Main Menu T
Factory Setup

W Exit Enter X

Key function in Factory/Service mode:


[FEED] (S) Returns to previous item, or the value is incremented/changed.
[MENU] (T) Goes to the next item, or the value is decremented/changed.
[PAUSE] (W) Resets the printer, or exits from the current menu.
[STOP] (X) Acts as the Enter key.

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2-3. Operation Panel

The following diagram shows the menu transition in Factory/Service mode.

While pressing the [MENU], [FEED] and


[STOP] keys, turn on the printer.

Submenu Submenu
Main menu (Service mode) (Factory mode)

X
Factory Setup W Sens Vol Adj
T S T S
X
Service Mode W Head Check Init Fix-Thru
T S T S T S
Page Setup ROM Check
T S T S
System Setup
T S
Parallel ErrOut
After Print Service Counter
T S
USB Serial Num
Interface
T S

Machine Info
T S

Test Mode
T S

Global Config

To exit from Factory/Service mode:


In Main menu, press the [PAUSE] (W) key.

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2-3. Operation Panel

(2) How to print the Factory Mode Settings menus


You can print the current factory mode setting values in the following two ways.

Method 1:
While pressing and holding all keys ([MENU], [FEED], [STOP] and [PAUSE]), turn on the
power.
The current factory mode setting values are printed, and then the printer enters the
Factory mode.
To exit from the Factory mode: Press the [PAUSE] (W) key.

Method 2
Enter the Factory/Service mode and print the configuration settings.
1) Enter the Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys. (Refer to (1) How to enter Factory/Service Mode
mentioned earlier.)
2) Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key until Test Mode main menu appears.
3) Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter the Test Mode.
4) Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key until Print Pattern submenu appears.
5) Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter the Print Pattern submenu.
6) Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key and select Current Config.
7) Press the [STOP] (X) key to print the configuration settings.
The current factory mode setting values are printed.
To exit from menu mode:
Press the [PAUSE] (W) key until the printer exits from the Test Mode main menu.

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Chapter 2 Operating Principles
2-3. Operation Panel

[Print sample]
Machine Information
Model Number : CL-S700
Boot Version : ****
ROM Version : ********
ROM Date(DD//MM//YY) : XX/XX/XX
ROMCheck Sum : ****
Head Check : OK
Print Counter : 0002.234 km
Service Counter : 0002.234 km
Sensor Monitor : 1.50 V
Option Interface : None

Factory Mode Settings


Fix Through Sensor Pos. : 0 dot
Fix Reflect Sensor Pos. : 0 dot
Adj Through Sensor Pos. : 0 dot
Adj Reflect Sensor Pos. : 0 dot
Machine Tear Position : 0 dot
Machine Cut Position : 0 dot
Machine Peel Position : 0 dot
Machine Horizontal Pos. : 8 dot
AutoCal Mode : On
Fix Through Sensor : 0.0 V
Fix Reflect Sensor : 0.0 V
Adj Through Sensor : 0.0 V
Adj Reflect Sensor : 0.0 V
Fix Through Cal Level : 2.30 V
Fix Reflect Cal Level : 2.10 V
Fix SensNone Cal Level : 2.05 V Submenus for maintenance only
Adj Through Cal Level : 2.30 V
Adj Reflect Cal Level : 2.10 V
Adj SensNone Cal Level : 2.05 V
Double Heat Menu : Off
PowerOn Head Check : On
Head Check Start Pos. : Dot 1
Head Check Stop Pos. : Dot 848
Head Error Print : No
Max Page Length : 32 inch
Ribbon End Detection : Normal
Void to TOF : Off
Reverse Media Length : 0.00 inch
Paper End Sensor : On
Parallel Error Output : On
Auto Online : Off
Auto Online Delay : 2 sec
Top Form Sensing : On
USB Serial Number : Off

Current Menu Settings


[Page Setup Menu]
Print Speed : 7 IPS
Print Darkness : 12
Darkness Adjust : 00
Print Method : Thermal Transfer
Continuous Media Length : 4.00 inch
Vertical Position : 0.00 inch
Horizontal Shift : 0.00 inch
Vertical Image Shift : 0.00 inch
Sensor Select : Rear Adj Sensor
Media Sensor : See Through
Small Media Adjustment : Off
Small Media Length : 1.00 inch
Symbol Set : PM

<Example of Datamax emulation selected (CL-S700)>

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[System Setup Menu]


Sensor Level : 1.7 V
Paper End Level : 2.80 V
Error Reporting : On Printing
Cover Open Sensor : Off
Buzzer Select : On
Metric/Inch : Inch
Max Media Length : 10.00 inch
Setting Lock : Off
Keyboard Lock Off
Control Code : STD
Emulation Select : DM4

[After Print Menu] Note:


AutoConfigure : On Citizen continually enhances
Function Select : Tear
Cutter Action : Backfeed its printers with new options
Paper Position : 0.00 inch
Menu Key Action : Enters Menu and settings based on our
[Interface Menu] customers requests. Extra or
RS-232C Baud rate : 9600 changed menu items may
RS-232C Parity : None
RS-232C Length : 8 bit appear on the print out in some
RS-232C Stop bit : 1 bit
RS-232C X-ON : Yes cases.
IEEE 1284 : On
USB Device Class : Printer
USB VCOM Protocol : Auto

<Example of Datamax emulation selected (CL-S700) - continued>

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(3) How to change the settings in Factory mode

Caution
- In Factory mode, DO NOT change the factory-set values unless you need to change
them, since there are essential items related to printing accuracy, etc.

- Do not turn OFF the power of the printer until you finish the adjustment. If it is
turned OFF, you need to repeat the adjustment from the beginning.
- The value adjusted here is retained until you change it with the same
procedure. Even if you perform initialization by selecting Test Mode main
menu, Factory Default submenu and Yes, the changed value is not
returned to the initial value set at the factory.

(3-1) Submenu table in Factory mode


The following table shows the submenus of Factory Setup main menu.
*1 [Factory Mode Settings Menu name] in Submenu Name column shows the name
that will be printed in Factory Mode Settings. (Refer to (2) How to print the Factory
Mode Settings menus.)
*2 + shows that the object electrically moves forward/rightward. - shows that the object
electrically moves backward/leftward. 8 dots correspond to 1 mm (203 dots correspond
to 1).
Submenu Name
Adjustable Value
[Factory Mode Settings Description
(Default Value)
Menu name]
Sens Vol Adj Displays the level of each media sensor.

Init Fix-Thru Performs calibration of the transparent sensor


sensitivity (fixed type). For details, refer to 3-6-1
(2) Sensor sensitivity adjustment (Factory
mode) in Chapter 3.
Init Fix-Refl Performs calibration of the reflective sensor
sensitivity (fixed type). For details, refer to 3-6-1
(2) Sensor sensitivity adjustment (Factory mode
in Chapter 3.
Init Adj-Thru Performs calibration of the transparent sensor
sensitivity (adjustable type). For details, refer to
3-6-1 (2) Sensor sensitivity adjustment (Factory
mode in Chapter 3.
Init Adj-Refl Performs calibration of the reflective sensor
sensitivity (adjustable type). For details, refer to
3-6-1 (2) Sensor sensitivity adjustment (Factory
mode in Chapter 3.

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Submenu Name
Adjustable Value
[Factory Mode Settings Description
(Default Value)
Menu name]
Fix-Thru Pos -256 to +256 dot Electrically shifts the position of transparent
[Fix Through Sensor Pos.] (+000 dot) sensor (fixed type) back and forth.
(-32 to +32 mm, -1.26 to +1.26)
Fix-Refl Pos -256 to +256 dot Electrically shifts the position of reflective sensor
[Fix Reflect Sensor Pos.] (+000 dot) (fixed type) back and forth.
(-32 to +32 mm, -1.26 to +1.26)
Adj-Thru Pos -256 to +256 dot Electrically shifts the position of transparent
[Adj Through Sensor Pos.] (+000 dot) sensor (adjustable type) back and forth.
(-32 to +32 mm, -1.26 to +1.26)
Adj-Refl Pos -256 to +256 dot Electrically shifts the position of reflective sensor
[Adj Reflect Sensor Pos.] (+000 dot) (adjustable type) back and forth.
(-32 to +32 mm, -1.26 to +1.26)
Mach Tear Pos -256 to +256 dot Electrically shifts the tear off position back and
[Machine Tear Position] (+000 dot) forth. (-32 to +32 mm, -1.26 to +1.26)
Mach Cut Pos -256 to +256dot Electrically shifts the cutting position back and
[Machine Cut Position] (+000 dot) forth. (-32 to +32 mm, -1.26 to +1.26) (Optional)
Mach Peel Pos -256 to +256dot Electrically shifts the peel position back and
[Machine Peel Position] (+000 dot) forth. (-32 to +32 mm, -1.26 to +1.26) (Optional)
Mach Hor Pos -16 to +32dot Electrically shifts the head position to the right or
Machine Horizontal Pos.] (+008 dot) left side.
(-2 to +4 mm, -0.08 to +0.16)
Auto Cal Mode On/Off Automatically controls the light amount of each
[AutoCal Mode] (On) media sensor.
Fix-Thru LED 0.0 to 3.3V This menu is effective when Auto Cal Mode is
[Fix Through Sensor] (0.0 V) set to OFF. The light amount emitted from the
transparent sensor (fixed type) can be changed
manually.
Larger value emits larger amount of light.
Fix-Refl LED 0.0 to 3.3V This menu is effective when Auto Cal Mode is
[Fix Reflect Sensor] (0.0 V) set to OFF. The light amount emitted from the
LED of the reflective sensor (fixed type) can be
changed manually.
Larger value emits larger amount of light.
Adj-Thru LED 0.0 to 3.3V This menu is effective when Auto Cal Mode is
[Adj Through Sensor] (0.0 V) set to OFF. The light amount emitted from the
transparent sensor (adjustable type) can be
changed manually.
Larger value emits larger amount of light.
Adj-Refl LED 0.0 to 3.3V This menu is effective when Auto Cal Mode is
[Adj Reflect Sensor] (0.0 V) set to OFF. The light amount emitted from the
LED of the reflective sensor (adjustable type)
can be changed manually.
Larger value emits larger amount of light.

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Submenu Name
Adjustable Value
[Factory Mode Settings Description
(Default Value)
Menu name]
Fix-Thru Level 0.01 to 3.30V Performs sensitivity adjustment of the front fixed
[Fix Through Cal Level] (2.30 V) sensor for Media Sensor menu See Through.
The amount of light received is set to 2.30V.
Fix-Refl Level 0.01 to 3.30V Performs sensitivity adjustment of the front fixed
[Fix Reflect Cal Level] (2.10 V) sensor for Media Sensor menu Reflect. The
amount of light received is set to 2.10V.
Fix-None Level 0.01 to 3.30V Performs sensitivity adjustment of the front fixed
[Fix SensNone Cal Level] (2.05 V) sensor for Media Sensor menu None. The
amount of light received is set to 2.05V.
Adj-Thru Level 0.01 to 3.30V Performs sensitivity adjustment of the adjustable
[Adj Through Cal Level] (2.30V) sensor for Media Sensor menu See Through.
The amount of light received is set to 2.30V.
Adj-Refl Level 0.01 to 3.30V Performs sensitivity adjustment of the adjustable
[Adj Reflect Cal Level] (2.10 V) sensor for Media Sensor menu Reflect. The
amount of light received is set to 2.10V.
Adj-None Level 0.01 to 3.30V Performs sensitivity adjustment of the adjustable
[Adj SensNone Cal Level] (2.05 V) sensor for Media Sensor menu None. The
amount of light received is set to 2.05V.
Peel Sens Level 0.01 to 3.30V Sets the threshold value for the peel sensor.
(1.50 V)
Cont Paper Sens Through/Reflect When continuous media is used, selects the
(Reflect) sensor type to be used for detecting paper end.
Dbl Heat Menu On/Off Sets whether to display the menu of "Double
[Double Heat Menu] (Off) Heat".
PwrOn Head Chk On/Off Sets whether to perform head check at power
[Power On Head Check] (On) ON or not.
Head Chk Start Dots 001 to 848 Designates the start dot for head check.
[Head Check Start Pos.] (Dot 001)
Head Chk Stop Dots 001 to 848 Designates the end dot for head check.
[Head Check Stop Pos.] (Dot 848)
Rbn End Detect Normal/Slow Sets the ribbon end detection time.
[Ribbon End Detection] (Normal)
Parallel ErrOut On/Off Select whether to activate the Fault signal of
(On) parallel interface at the time of error occurrence.
USB Serial Num On/Off Select whether to send the serial number to the
[USB Serial Number] (Off) host when operating the printer through the USB
interface.

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(3-2) Setting submenu in Factory mode


In Factory mode, there are 2 types of submenus.
Value setting type
Option selection type

Procedure:
1. Enter Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Factory Setup main menu appears.
2. In Factory Setup main menu, press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Factory Setup mode.
The first submenu Sens Vol Adj. appears.
3. Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key until Adj-Thru Pos submenu (example)
appears.
4. Press the [STOP] (X) key to select that submenu.
The current value is shown on the LCD.

S Position T
+000 dots

W Exit Enter X

5. Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key to increase or decrease the value (or select
a desired option).
In this example, the position of transparent sensor (adjustable type) will be electrically
moved back (-) and forth (+).
6. Press the [STOP] (X) key to save the set value in the printer.
7. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key to return to Factory Setup menu. (To set other submenu,
repeat from Step 2.)
8. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key once again.
The changed value is stored in the printer and the printer is turned OFF and then ON
for normal operation.

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(4) How to operate submenus in Service mode


(4-1) Submenu table in Service mode
The following table shows the submenus of Service Mode main menu.
Submenu Name Value Description
Head Check Checks the number of defective thermal elements
and displays it. If no defective thermal element is
found, 0000 will be displayed.
Example: PASS
0000dots
ROM Check Performs ROM checksum test, and displays the
check result (OK or NG) and the checksum value.
Example: PROGRM
OK 4F4E.
RAM Check Performs RAM capacity check and displays the
check result.
Example: DRAM
OK 16384KByte
Motor Feed Performs motor feed check.
Print Counter Displays the total printed length since the printer is
firstly used.
Example: Length
1234.567Km
Service Counter Displays the service counter length in Km since you
reset it last.
Example: Length
0123.456Km
To clear the service counter, press the [Enter] (X)
key.

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(4-2) Submenu operation in Service mode


The submenu operation procedures in Service mode are explained here. The submenus
other than Service Counter and the Service Counter submenu are separately explained.

Operation procedure for submenus other than Service Counter:


1. Enter Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Factory Setup main menu appears.
2. Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key until Service Mode main menu appears.
3. Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Service mode.
4. Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key until the desired submenu (e.g. Head
Check) appears.
S Service Mode T
Head Check

W Exit Enter X

5. Press the [STOP] (X) key to select that submenu.


* For submenus ROM Check, RAM Check, and Print Counter, the result is displayed
and further operation is not necessary.
* For submenu Head Check, the following screen appears and prompts you whether to
perform the head check or not.
* For submenu Motor Feed, the following screen appears and prompts you whether to
feed media forward or backward.
[When Head Check is selected] [When Motor Feed is selected]
S Check T S Motor Feed T
No Back

W Exit Enter X W Exit Enter X

6. Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key and select Yes (when Head Check is
selected) or Forward/Back (when Motor Feed is selected).
7. Press the [STOP] (X) key to perform the selected item.
* When Head Check is selected, the number of defective dots of the thermal head is
displayed.
* When Motor Feed is selected, the PF motor turns to feed media forward or backward.
[When Head Check is selected] [When Motor Feed is selected]

PASS S Motor Feed T


0000dots Forward

W Exit Enter X W Exit Enter X

8. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key to return to Service Mode menu.

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9. To check other submenu, repeat from Step 3. Otherwise, turn off the power to
terminate Factory/Service mode.

Operation procedure for Service Counter submenu:


1. Enter Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Factory Setup main menu appears.
2. Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key until Service Mode main menu appears.
3. Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Service mode.
4. Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key until Service Counter submenu appears.
S Service T
Counter

W Exit Enter X

5. Press the [STOP] (X) key to select Service Counter submenu.


Then, the service counter length since the service counter is reset last is displayed.
* To reset the service counter, proceed to the next step. Otherwise, proceed to Step 7.
S Length T
0123.456 km

W Exit Enter X

6. Resetting the service counter:


1) Press the [STOP] (X) key.
2) Press the [MENU] (T) or [FEED] (S) key and select Yes.
S Reset? T S Reset? T
No Yes

W Exit Enter X W Exit Enter X

3) Press the [STOP] (X) key to perform resetting.


7. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key to return to Service Mode menu.
8. To check other submenu, repeat from Step 3. Otherwise, turn off the power to
terminate Factory/Service mode.

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2-4. Interface
2-4-1. Serial Interface
(1) Specifications

System Start/stop asynchronous full duplex communication


Signal level RS-232C
Baud rate 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 bps
Data length 7 bits, 8 bits
Stop bit 1 bit, 2 bits
Parity Odd, even, none
Connector D-SUB DBR40-251F100 25PIN (ACON)

(2) Signal line and pin assignment

Pin No. Signal Abbr. Signal name Function


1 FG Frame ground Protective grounding
2 TXD Transmit Data Signal line that transmits data from the printer to
the host
3 RXD Receive data Signal line that transmits data from the host to
the printer
4 RTS Request To Pulled up to +5.4V through 3.3 k
Send
5 NC ------ Not used
6 DSR Data Set Ready Signal line that is active when the host can
interface with the printer
7 SGND Signal ground Signal grounding line
8-13 NC ------ Not used
14 VCC +5V (Factory use only )
15-19 NC ------ Not used
20 DTR Data Terminal Signal line that is active when the printer can
Ready interface with the host
21-25 NC ------ Not used

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(3) Protocol
XON/XOFF system:
Controlled with the data transmission request signal X-ON (11H) code and the data
transmission stop request signal X-OFF (13H) code.

The conditions for the X-ON code output are as follows:


When the printer is turned from off-line to on-line.
When the remaining of receive buffer is 1024 bytes or more after sending X-OFF code.

The conditions for the X-OFF code output are as follows:


When the remainder of receive buffer is 128 bytes or less.
When the printer is turned from on-line to off-line.
- When the media end is detected.
- When a printer error occurs.
0 16K
16K bytes

Received data

1024 bytes

128 bytes
X-ON code sending

X-OFF code sending

READY/BUSY System:
DTR signal is controlled with READY ("High")/BUSY ("Low") level.

DTR turns to "High (Ready)" in the following conditions:


When the printer is in on-line mode, and
When the remaining buffer is 128 bytes or more.
(After DTR becomes "High", DTR retains "High" until the remaining buffer becomes 1024
bytes or less.)

DTR turns to "Low (Busy)" in the following conditions:


When the printer is in off-line mode.
When the remaining buffer is less than 128 bytes.
(After DTR becomes "Low", DTR retains "Low" until the remaining buffer becomes 1024 bytes
or more.)

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2-4-2. Parallel Interface


(1) Specifications
Transmission system 8-bit parallel data
Receive buffer size 16K bytes
Transmission modes Compatible mode
It is an asynchronous forward channel mode to send the byte width
data from the host to the printer. The interface line of the data is
operated in accordance with signal line definitions of Centronics.
NIBBLE mode
It is an asynchronous reverse channel mode to send the data from
the printer to the host. In Nibble mode, 4-bit data (half byte) is sent at
a time using the 4 status lines (FAULT, SELECT, PE, and BUSY). To
send one complete byte data, the printer sends 2 nibbles (8 bits in
total) to the host. Nibble mode is usually combined with Compatible
mode to create a complete bi-directional channel.
ECP mode
ECP mode permits bi-directional asynchronous data transmission,
and by means of interlock handshake, it does not require the timing
necessary with Compatible mode.
Signal level IEEE1284 compatible

(2) Signal line and pin assignment


Pin No. Signal name I/O Function in Compatible Mode
1 STROBE Input Strobe signal to read in 8-bit data
2-9 DATA0-7 Input 8-bit parallel signal
10 ACKNLG Output 8-bit data request signal
11 BUSY Output Signal specifying printer busy
12 PERROR Output Signal specifying media end
13 SELECT Output Signal specifying if the printer is on-line (printing enabled)
or off-line
14 AUTOFD Input Invalid (ignored)
15 NC --- Not used
16 SGND --- Signal ground
17 FGND --- Frame ground
18 P.L.H Output Peripheral logic high (pulled up to +5V at 1K)
19-30 GND --- Ground for twisted pair return
31 PRIME Input Printer reset
32 FAULT Output Signal specifying printer error
33 GND --- Signal ground
34 NC --- Not used
35 FUSE --- Not used
36 SELECTIN Input Invalid (ignored)

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(3) Parallel port status signals when an error occurs


The following table shows the status signal change when an error occurs.
Error Compatible mode
Paper end Busy: LH
PError: LH
Select: HL
Fault: HL
Error other than paper end Busy: LH
Head open PError: L unchanged
Other Select: HL
Fault: HL
Conditions for Busy Receive buffer full
Data being read
Error

(4) Compatible timing specification


[When power is on] (Timing to go on-line)

Power On

Reset

BUSY

ACK

SELECT

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[While receiving data]

Data0~7

Strobe

BUSY

0.5s 0.5s 0.5s

Note:
BUSY goes High at the falling edge of Strobe, and data is latched at the leading edge of
Strobe.

[While receiving PRIME signal]


10~15sec or more

PRIME

BUSY

Ack

Fault

SELECT

Note:
If the PRIME signal width is 10 sec or less, it is not accepted.
BUSY goes to High when the PRIME signal is accepted by the printer.

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[Timing relationship between BUSY and ACK]

Center

BUSY

ACK

About 2 sec

2-4-3. USB Interface


(1) Specifications

Standards Complies with Universal Serial Bus Specification


Transmission speed Compatible with 12Mbps (full speed) transmission
Receive buffer 16K bytes
Connector DUSB DUSB-BRA42-T11 (DDK)

(2) Signal line and pin arrangement

Pin No. Signal code Signal Function


1 VBUS USB power USB power (+5V)
2 D+ Signal line + + signal line
3 D- Signal line - - signal line
4 GND GND GND

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CHAPTER 3
DISASSEMBLY AND MAINTENANCE

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 3 Disassembly and Maintenance

Chapter 3 Disassembly and Maintenance

Table of Contents

3-1. Maintenance Precautions ...............................................................................................3-4


3-2. Cleaning..........................................................................................................................3-5
3-3. Lubrication ......................................................................................................................3-5
3-4. Maintenance Tools List ...................................................................................................3-6
3-5. Disassembly, Reassembly and Lubrication ....................................................................3-7
3-5-1. Unit, Head.............................................................................................................3-9
3-5-2. Unit, Roller Platen.................................................................................................3-10
3-5-3. SA, Ope-pane PCB and SA, Cover Open Sens ...................................................3-11
3-5-4. Unit, Power Supply ...............................................................................................3-12
3-5-5. SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB ...................................................................3-14
(1) Disconnecting all connectors from the SA, Main PCB ...............................3-14
(2) Removing SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB .......................................3-15
3-5-6. SA, Fan.................................................................................................................3-16
3-5-7. SA1, Top Cover.....................................................................................................3-16
3-5-8. Unit, Mechanism...................................................................................................3-17
3-5-9. Each Unit on the Unit, Mechanism .......................................................................3-19
3-5-10. SA, Base Guide Open ........................................................................................3-21
(1) Removing the SA, Base Guide Open ........................................................3-21
(2) Disassembling the SA, Base Guide Open .................................................3-21
3-5-11. Unit, Sensor Adjust .............................................................................................3-22
(1) Removing the Unit, Sensor Adjust .............................................................3-22
(2) Disassembling the Unit, Sensor Adjust......................................................3-23
3-5-12. Unit, Frame Ribbon L .........................................................................................3-25
3-5-13. Disassembling the SA, Front Tension Arm .........................................................3-28
3-5-14. Disassembling the SA, Frame Ribbon R ............................................................3-28
3-5-15. Disassembling the Unit, Frame Rear..................................................................3-28
3-5-16. Disassembling the Unit, Frame U .......................................................................3-29
3-5-17. Disassembling the Unit, Frame ..........................................................................3-30
3-5-18. Disassembling the Rewinder Part (CL-S700R Only) ..........................................3-32
(1) Separating the Rewinder part ....................................................................3-32
(2) Removing the Rewinder Mechanism block................................................3-35
(3) Removing the Rewinder Door and SA1, Peeler ........................................3-36
(4) Removing the SA, Peeler Sensor/Friction Roller/Idle Rewinder Roller......3-37
(5) Removing the SA, Rewinder Motor ...........................................................3-38
(6) Removing the SA, Interlock SW ................................................................3-39
(7) Removing Rollers ......................................................................................3-40
(7-1) Measure Sensor Rollers (4 pcs.) .......................................................3-40
(7-2) Damper Roller (3 pcs.) of the Rewinder Cover block ........................3-40
(7-3) Damper Roller (4 pcs.) of the Rewinder Mechanism block................3-40

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(7-4) Peel Roll on the Printer part ..............................................................3-40


(8) Removing SA, Rewinder PCB ...................................................................3-40
(9) Notes on assembling the springs...............................................................3-41
3-6. Adjustments ....................................................................................................................3-42
3-6-1. Transparent/Reflective Sensor Position Adjustment.............................................3-42
(1) Sensor position adjustment (Factory mode) ..............................................3-42
(2) Sensor sensitivity adjustment (Factory mode) ...........................................3-42
(2-1) Init Fix-Thru sensitivity adjustment ....................................................3-43
(2-2) Init Fix-Refl sensitivity adjustment .....................................................3-45
(2-3) Init Adj-Thru sensitivity adjustment....................................................3-47
(2-4) Init Adj-Refl sensitivity adjustment.....................................................3-49
3-6-2. Belt Tension Adjustment .......................................................................................3-51
3-6-3. Ribbon Skew Adjustment......................................................................................3-52

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3-1. Maintenance Precautions

3-1. Maintenance Precautions

Warning
- Before starting disassembly/reassembly or mechanical adjustment, be sure to
disconnect the power cord from the power source.
- Do not replace a fuse with the power switch turned on.
- When replacing a fuse, use the same rating and type since it is provided to prevent fire
and damage to the Unit, Power Supply.

Caution
- DO NOT adjust VR1, VR2, VR3 and VR4 on the SA, Main PCB. (Leave them at the factory
setting condition.) If it is turned, media sensor sensitivity is changed and the media
detection will not be correctly made.
- Do not disassemble/reassemble or adjust the machine, if it functions properly.
Particularly, do not loosen screws on any component, unless necessary.
- After completing an inspection and before turning on the power, be sure to check that
there is no abnormality.
- Never try to print without media.
- Check that the media is properly set.
- Do not lay anything on the cover or lean against it during maintenance or while the
printer is in operation.
- During maintenance, be careful not to leave parts or screws unattached or loose inside
the printer.
- When handling a printed circuit board, do not use gloves, etc., which can easily cause
static electricity. Since ICs, such as CPU, RAM and ROM, might be destroyed by static
electricity, do not touch lead wires or windows unnecessarily.
- Do not put the printed circuit boards directly on the printer or on the floor.
- When disassembling or reassembling, check wires for any damage and do not pinch or
damage them. Also, run wires as they were.

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Chapter 3 Disassembly and Maintenance
3-2. Cleaning, 3-3. Lubrication

3-2. Cleaning
Cleaning spots are listed below.

Cleaning Position Description


Cabinet Wipe soiled parts of the printer with a clean dry cloth. Remove bits
of media, etc., using tweezers.
Note: When cleaning, be careful not to scratch the equipment or to
bend parts, etc.
Thermal head Clean the thermal head with the head cleaner provided.
Platen Clean the platen with a soft cloth.
Rollers Clean the peeler rollers (on the front cover side and printer side)
(for CL-S700R only) with a soft cloth.
Media running surface Wipe off media refuse, etc., on and around the media running
surface.

Clean inside the printer in accordance with the following:


Cleaning frequency: Every 6 months or 300 hours of operation. (Whichever comes first)
Materials: Dry cloth (gauze or soft cloth) and thermal head cleaner

3-3. Lubrication

(1) Lubrication frequency


This is a maintenance-free machine and requires no lubrication under normal use. However,
the machine should be lubricated whenever it is disassembled and reassembled, or when
lubricated parts are cleaned.
The parts and places to be lubricated are indicated in the disassembly procedure.

(2) Types of lubricant


Floil G-311S (by Kanto Chemical Co., Ltd.)

(3) Quantity of lubricant


Small quantity.......... ............. About 1 drop.
Ordinary quantity .... ......... About 3 to 4 drops.
About 0.2 mm thick for grease.
Large quantity.......... ....... Apply sufficiently.

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3-4. Maintenance Tools List


Maintenance tools shown below are needed when replacing the maintenance parts such as the SA,
Main PCB and Unit, Motor.

Maintenance Tools List

No. Name Q'ty Description Remarks


1 Phillips Screwdriver 1 For 3~4 mm screws
(Length 200 mm)
2 Phillips Screwdriver 1 For 2~3 mm screws
(Length 100 mm)
3 Flat-blade Screwdriver 1 4.3 mm width
(Length 100 mm)
4 Tweezers 1
5 Round Nose Pliers 1
6 Cutting Nippers 1
7 Soldering Iron (30W) 1
8 Volt-ohm Meter 1
9 Spring Gauge 1 2000gf

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[Disassembly Flow]

CL-S700, CL-S703, CL-S700R (Printer Part)

Unit, Head See 3-5-1.

Unit, Roller Platen See 3-5-2.

SA, Ope-pane PCB and SA, Cover Open Sens See 3-5-3.

SA1, Top Cover See 3-5-7.


See 3-5-4.
Top Cover Unit, Power Supply

Connectors on the SA, See 3-5-5 (1). See 3-5-6.


SA, Fan
Main PCB

SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB See 3-5-5 (2).

Unit, Mechanism See 3-5-8.

Unit, Frame Ribbon L See 3-5-12.

SA, Front Tension Arm See 3-5-13.

SA, Frame Ribbon R See 3-5-14.

Unit, Frame Rear See 3-5-15.

Unit, Frame U See 3-5-16.

SA, Sensor U (Fixed) See 3-5-17 Unit, Frame.

SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed) See 3-5-17 Unit, Frame.

Unit, Motor See 3-5-17 Unit, Frame.

SA, Connect PCB (CL-S700/CL-S703) See 3-5-17 Unit, Frame.

See 3-5-11.
Unit, Sensor Adjust SA, Sensor U (Adjustable)

SA, Sensor Bottom


See 3-5-10.
(Adjustable)
SA, Base Guide Open

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[How to refer to the exploded diagram in Chapter 5 Parts List]


This section explains how to disassemble, reassemble and lubricate.
However, for disassembly procedures, illustrations are not fully provided. For parts that are not
illustrated here, the parts location Nos. in the drawing in Chapter 5 Parts List are stated.

Example: Remove 3 screws (BH, M3x5K) [1-37] and detach Unit, PCB [1-12] backwardly.

In this example, [1-37] and [1-12] are the parts location Nos. Please refer to the parts location
Nos. 1-37 and 1-12 in Drawing No. 1 in Chapter 5 Parts List.

When reassembling parts, follow Note(s) on reassembling described at the end of


disassembly procedure.

When the parts to be lubricated are replaced, necessity of lubrication is stated in the
reassembling procedure. The places to be lubricated are indicated in the drawings in Chapter
5, with the mark .

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3-5-1. Unit, Head

Caution
- Carefully handle the Unit, Head when disassembling and reassembling so as not to
damage the thermal elements of the Unit, Head. Especially, avoid contacting the
thermal elements with the metal part, etc.

The Unit, Head can be removed easily without detaching any other parts.

1. Open the top cover.


2. Open the head block by pushing the head open lever.
3. While holding the Unit, Head, turn the screw until the Unit, Head comes off.
4. Remove the SA, Head Cable from the Unit, Head.

(Head Block)

Screw

(Head Open Lever)


Head Earth Plate

SA, Head Cable Unit, Head

Notes on reassembling:
When attaching the Unit, Head, do not strongly push it against the head block. The Head Earth
Plate may come off if you push the Unit, Head strongly.
Securely fasten the Unit, Head with the screw.
When you replace the Unit, Head with a new one, adjust the angle of head spacer shaft, if ribbon
wrinkles are not removed. (This adjustment will be required only when satisfactory results are
not obtained by adjusting the ribbon tension with the adjusting screws of the Unit, Ribbon Frame
L.)
Refer to 3-6-3. Ribbon Skew Adjustment.

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3-5-2. Unit, Roller Platen


The Unit, Roller Platen can be removed easily with the following procedure.

1. Open the top cover.


2. Open the head block by pushing the head open lever.
3. Open the sensor arm block by pushing the sensor arm open lever.
4. Remove 1 screw (BH, M3x5K) and detach the Pulley Cover upwardly after disengaging its 2
claws.
5. Push the lever of the tension plate unit downward to set the Platen Drive Belt free and remove
the Platen Drive Belt to the right.
6. Lift the Unit, Roller Platen and remove it upwardly.
(Head Block)

BH, M3x5K

Cover, Pulley
Unit, Roller Platen

(Sensor Arm Open Lever)

Belt, Platen Drive

(Unit, Tension Plate)

Note on reassembling:
Be sure that the Platen Drive Belt is securely installed on the Unit, Roller Platens gear via the
tension plate unit.

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3-5-3. SA, Ope-pane PCB and SA, Cover Open Sens


1. Open the top cover.
2. Remove 1 screw (PH, M3x12) and detach the Top Cover Guide.
3. Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the Ope-pane block frontward.
4. Disconnect the Ope-pane FFC Cable from the SA, Ope-pane PCB.
5. Remove 3 screws (PHT (#2), M3x6) and detach the SA, Ope-pane Plate (with the SA,
Ope-pane PCB) from the Ope-pane Cover block.
6. Remove 2 screws (BH, M3x5) and detach the SA, Ope-pane PCB from the SA, Ope-pane
Plate.
7. Disconnect the connector of SA, Cover Open Sens from the SA, Ope-pane PCB.
8. Remove 1 screw (PHT (#2), M3x6) and detach the SA, Cover Open Sens from the Ope-pane
Cover block.

PH, M3x12

Guide, Top Cover

Cable, Ope-pane FFC

PH (SW+PW), M3x5

SA, Ope-pane Plate


(Blue Tape)
SA, Ope-pane PCB A

PHT (#2), M3x6


SA, Cover Open Sens

PHT (#2), M3x6

BH, M3x5 B

(Ope-pane Cover Block)

Notes on reassembling:
When assembling the SA, Ope-pane Plate in the Ope-pane Cover block, fit the holes A and B
to the protrusions.
Insert the Ope-pane FFC Cable with its blue tape facing up.

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3-5-4. Unit, Power Supply


1. Open the top cover and remove 4 screws (1BH, M3x5), then detach the Top Cover block.
2. Open the head block by pushing the head open lever.
3. Open the sensor arm block by pushing the sensor arm open lever.
4. Remove 1 screw (2BH, M3x5) and detach the Inner Paper Cover.
5. On the left rear side of the printer, remove 4 screws (3BH, M3x5K) and 1 screw (4BH, M3x5).
Then, while pushing the rear cover toward the rear to make a clearance, remove the Inner
Power Cover block to the right. (See the magnified figure.)
6. Remove 2 cable clamps. (Access to their locks from the bottom of the printer and release the
locks.)
7. Remove 1 screw (5BH (N), M4x4) and 1 toothed lock washer (5EXT, T (N), 4).
8. Remove 1 screw (6BH, M3x5K) and 2 screws (7PH (SW+PW), M3x5), and detach the Power
Plate (with Unit, Power Supply) to the right.
9. Disconnect 2 connectors and remove 4 screws (8PH (SW+PW), M3x5) from the Unit, Power
Supply. (Before disconnecting the upper right connector, release its lock.)

  


  


     
 

      

 


  

 




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Notes on reassembling:
When connecting connectors to the Unit, Power Supply, be sure to insert them securely.
Pass the wires into the cable clamp as they were.
When fastening the earth wire of the Unit, Power Supply to the chassis with the screw (5) and
the toothed lock washer (5), be sure to check the earth wire of the AC outlet runs as follows.
If not arrange it as shown.

Arrange the wire like this.

5 Earth Wire of AC Inlet

Caution
- To satisfy the regulated standards, run the earth wire of the AC outlet as shown
above.

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3-5-5. SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB


The following 2 steps are explained here.
- Disconnecting all connectors from the SA, Main PCB
- Removing SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB

(1) Disconnecting all connectors from the SA, Main PCB


1. Open the top cover.
2. Open the head block by pushing the head open lever.
3. Open the sensor arm block by pushing the sensor arm open lever.
4. Remove 1 screw (1BH, M3x5) and detach the Inner Paper Cover.
5. Remove 1 screw (2BH, M3x5K) and 1 screw (3BH, M3x5) and detach the Inner PCB
Front Cover block.

1
Cover, Inner Paper
Inner PCB Front Cover Block

2
3

BH, M3x3K

Unit, PCB

Clamp, Main Cable

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6. Disconnect all connectors from the SA, Main PCB.


J15 and J16: Release the lock before pulling out.

Ribbon Encoder
(Ribbon Running Sensor/Ribbon End Sensor)
SA, Head Up SW (Head Up Sensor)
Adjustable Sensor (Transparent sensor)
Front Fixed Sensor
(Transparent sensor)
SA, Main PCB J7 J6
J8
J9 Front Fixed Sensor
J16
(Reflective sensor)
J22 J21 SA, Connect PCB (J803) (CL-S700/CL-S703)
J12
SA, Rewinder PCB (J502) (CL-S700R)
Adjustable Sensor J11
(Reflective sensor) SA, Fan
J14
J3
SA, Connect PCB (J801) (CL-S700/CL-S703)
J5 J15 SA, Rewinder PCB (J501) (CL-S700R)

J4

Unit, Head
Ope-Pane FFC Cable
(Blue Tape) Unit, Motor (Thermistor)
Unit, Motor
Unit, Power Supply
Front

7. Open the Main Cable Clamp and take out each cable.
In the above figure, the cable of which connector color is tinted (blue) runs through the
Main Cable Clamp.
They are J4, J5, J6, J7, J8, J9, J21 and J22.

Notes on reassembling:
Clamp the following cables with the Main Cable Clamp.
The cables with tinted (blue) connectors in the above figure:
J4, J5, J6, J7, J8, J9, J21 and J22.
Insert the Ope-pane FFC Cable with its blue tape facing the right.

(2) Removing SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB


1. Remove all connectors from the SA, Main PCB. (See above.)
2. On the rear right of the printer, remove 3 screws (BH, M3x5K) and detach Unit, PCB. (See
the figure on the previous page.)
3. Disconnect the SA, Centro Cable [14-1] from the SA, Main PCB [14-2] and the Unit,
Centro PCB [14-4].
4. Remove 2 lock screws [14-5] and 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5), and detach the SA,
Main PCB [14-2] from the SA, Holder I/F [14-3].
5. Remove 2 screws (BH, M3x5) [14-7] and detach the Unit, Centro PCB [14-4] from the SA,
Holder I/F [14-3].

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3-5-6. SA, Fan


1. Disconnect J12 (for SA, Fan) from the SA, Main PCB.
Refer to 3-5-5. SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB - (1) Disconnecting all connectors from
the SA, Main PCB.
2. Remove the Power Plate [1-14] (together with Unit, Power Supply).
Refer to 3-5-4. Unit, Power Supply.
3. Remove 4 screws (PH (SW+PW), M4x30) [1-40] and detach the SA, Fan [1-20].

Notes on reassembling:
Assemble the SA, Fan [1-20] so that its cable runs from the right bottom side as shown in
Drawing 1 General Assembly in Chapter 5 Parts List (the label of SA, Fan will face backward).
In this direction, air flows from inside to outside.
When assembling the Power Plate [1-14] (together with Unit, Power Supply), observe the Notes
on reassembling in 3-5-4. Unit, Power Supply.

3-5-7. SA1, Top Cover


1. Open the top cover.
2. Remove 2 screws (BH, M3x5K) and detach the 2 Hinge Covers [1-4] from the top cover by
releasing their claws.
3. Remove 4 screws (BH, M3x5) [1-37] and detach the Top Cover block from the printer.
4. Remove 4 screws (BH, M3x5) [1-37] and detach the 2 Hinge Stoppers [1-8] and the SA, Hinge
[1-9] from the Unit, Top Cover [1-3].
5. Remove 2 screws (PHT (#2), M3x6) [10-6] and remove the Front Top Cover block from the
SA1, Top Cover [10-1].
6. Pull out the Cutter Blind Cover [10-4] and take off the CITIZEN Logo [10-3] from the Front Top
Cover [10-2].
7. Remove the Window Cover [10-5] and 4 Case U Spacer Legs [10-7] from the SA1, Top Cover
[10-1].

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3-5-8. Unit, Mechanism


1. Open the top cover.
2. Disconnect all connectors except J11 (Power Supply Unit cable) and J12 (Fan SA cable) from
the SA, Main PCB.
Refer to 3-5-5. SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB - (1) Disconnecting all connectors from
the SA, Main PCB.
3. Remove 1 screw (1BH, M3x5K) and detach the Cable Cover.
4. Remove 1 screw (2PH, M3x12) and detach the Top Cover Guide.
5. Remove 2 screws (3PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the SA, Ope-pane frontward.
6. Disconnect the Ope-pane FFC Cable from the SA, Ope-pane.
7. Remove 1 screw (4BH, M3x5K) and 1 screw (5PH (SW+PW), M3x5), and detach the SA,
Front Right.
8. Remove 2 screws (6BH, M3x5) and detach the SA, Front Center by drawing it out.
9. Disengage the Power Switch from the chassis by lifting it upwardly.
10. Remove 5 screws (7PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and 1 screw (8PH (SW+PW), M3x5), and gently
detach the Unit, Mechanism forward after lifting it a little.
7

8
Unit, Mechanism

Power Switch

J3
J12
J15

Cable Cover

2
Guide, Top Cover
3

SA, Ope-Pane

Cable, Ope-Pane
FFC
4 SA, Case L

A B
SA, Front Center

SA, Front Right

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Notes on reassembling:
Fit the holes in the chassis of the Unit, Mechanism to the protrusions of the SA, Case L to
securely seat the Unit, Mechanism onto the SA, Case L.
Securely fasten the earth wire with the screw (8PH (SW+PW), M3x5).
Install the Power Switch as shown in the figure (set its l (ON) side to the right).
When assembling the SA, Front Center, assemble it so that its claws A shown in the figure are
securely inserted into the slits B on the SA, Case L.
See the following wiring route for Unit, Mechanism and pass the cables (J4 to J9, J21 and J22)
through the Main Cable Clamp.
[Wiring route for Unit, Mechanism]

J7
J22
J3
J16
J15

Other Connectors
(J4, J5, J6, J8, J9, J21)

Clamp, Main Cable

When assembling the Cable Cover, first insert its right side while aligning the slit C and then fit
the Cable Cover by shifting in the direction of the arrow
Also, be sure that the cables are correctly routed in the Cable Cover as shown below.

 
     
 
  

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3-5-9. Each Unit on the Unit, Mechanism


The following shows the procedures how to disassemble each unit from the Unit, Mechanism.

Refer to the Drawing No. 2 Unit, Mechanism in Chapter 5 Parts List.


1. Remove the Unit, Mechanism.
Refer to 3-5-8. Unit, Mechanism.
2. Remove the SA, Base Guide Open [2-10].
Refer to 3-5-10. SA, Base Guide Open.
3. Remove the Unit, Sensor Adjust [2-12].
Refer to 3-5-11. Unit, Sensor Adjust.
4. Remove the Unit, Frame Ribbon L [2-19].
Refer to 3-5-12. Unit, Frame Ribbon L.
5. Remove the SA, Front Tension Arm [2-4].
Refer to 3-5-13. Disassembling the SA, Front Tension Arm.
6. Remove the SA, Frame Ribbon R [2-9].
1) Remove 1 screw (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [2-22] and 2 screws (FT, M3x6) [2-23], and detach
the SA, Frame Ribbon R [2-9] upwardly.
For disassembling the parts of the SA, Frame Ribbon R [2-9], refer to 3-5-14.
Disassembling the SA, Frame Ribbon R.
7. Remove the Unit, Frame Rear [2-5].
1) Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [2-22] and detach the Unit, Frame Rear [2-5].
For disassembling the parts of the Unit, Frame Rear [2-5], refer to 3-5-15. Disassembling
the Unit, Frame Rear.
8. Remove the Unit, Frame U [2-6].
1) Remove the Unit, Head [2-8] referring to 3-5-1. Unit, Head.
2) With the head block opened, disengage the Head Up Spring [2-7] from the Unit, Frame U
[2-6] and the Unit, Frame [2-18].
3) Remove 1 screw (PH, M4x6) [2-24] and detach Damper [2-14] and SA, Head Up SW
[2-16].
4) Remove the Damper Pin [2-15] while swinging the Unit, Frame U [2-6] as it presses down
the Damper Pin [2-15], and then detach the Unit, Frame U [2-6] from the Unit, Frame
[2-18].
For disassembling the parts of the Unit, Frame U [2-6], refer to 3-5-16. Disassembling the
Unit, Frame U.
Note on reassembling:
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the following points (refer to the places marked with in
Drawing No. 2 Unit, Mechanism for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List):
Damper Pin [2-15]: Both ends
Unit, Frame U [2-6]: Where the Head Up Spring [2-7] is to be hooked
Unit, Frame [2-18]: Where the Unit, Frame U [2-6] is to be hooked

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9. Remove the Unit, Frame [2-18].


1) Detach the Power Protect Sheet 2 [2-13] and Main Cable Clamp [2-21] from the Unit,
Frame [2-18].
For disassembling parts of the Unit, Frame [2-18], refer to 3-5-17. Disassembling the Unit,
Frame.
Note on reassembling:
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the following points (refer to the places marked with in
Drawing No. 2 Unit, Mechanism for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List):
Unit, Frame [2-18]: Where the Head Up Spring [2-7] is to be hooked
Unit, Frame [2-18]: Where the Unit, Frame U [2-6] is to be hooked

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3-5-10. SA, Base Guide Open


(1) Removing the SA, Base Guide Open
Note: The SA, Base Guide Open can be removed without removing the Unit, Mechanism.

1. Open the top cover.


2. Open the head block by pushing the head open lever.
3. Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the SA, Base Guide Open. Refer to
the figure shown below.

PH (SW+PW), M3x5

SA, Base Guide Open

Spring, Damper R

Spring, Damper L

(2) Disassembling the SA, Base Guide Open


1. Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [7-8] and pull out 2 SA, Damper Shafts [7-1] on
both sides.
2. Remove the Damper Frame block (Plastic) from the Damper Frame (Metal) [7-2].
3. Remove the Damper L Spring [7-6] and Damper R Spring [7-7], disengage 1 E-ring
(E-Ring, 4) [7-3], and pull out the Damper Shaft [7-4] from the Damper Frame (Plastic)
[7-5].
Note on reassembling:
Assemble the Damper L Spring [7-6] and Damper R Spring [7-7] referring to above figure.

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3-5-11. Unit, Sensor Adjust


(1) Removing the Unit, Sensor Adjust
Note: The Unit, Sensor Adjust can be removed without removing the Unit, Mechanism.

1. Open the top cover.


2. Disconnect the connectors J7 and J22 from the SA, Main PCB.
Refer to 3-5-5. SA, Main PCB and Unit, Centro PCB - (1) Disconnecting all connectors
from the SA, Main PCB.
3. Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach both Unit, Sensor Adjust and SA,
Base Guide Open.
4. Remove the SA, Base Guide Open from the Unit, Sensor Adjust.
Refer to 3-5-10. SA, Base Guide Open.
5. Peel off the Ground Brush from the Unit, Sensor Adjust.

Notes on reassembling:
Be sure to lower the SA, Sensor U (Fixed type) before assembling the Unit, Sensor Adjust.
Run the cables (J7 and J22) as shown and be sure that they are not pinched by the Unit,
Sensor Adjust.

PH (SW+PW), M3x5

SA, Base Guide Open

J22 Unit, Sensor Adjust


J7

SA, Sensor U (Fixed type)


Ground Brush

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(2) Disassembling the Unit, Sensor Adjust


1. Remove the SA, Sensor U (Adjustable type) [8-9] and Screw Sensor U Shaft [8-5].
1) Shift the Sensor Adjust Cover [8-2] to the right and remove it upwardly.
Peel off the Open Guide Seal [8-1] from the Sensor Adjust Cover [8-2].
2) On the right side, disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 2) [8-28], shift the Screw Sensor U Shaft
[8-5] to the left about 2 mm (0.08), and remove the block (consisting of Screw Sensor
U Shaft [8-5] and SA, Sensor U (Adjustable type) [8-9], etc.) to the right.
3) Peel off Position Label [8-6], remove 2 screws (No. 0, FHT (BT#1), M2x4) [8-27],
Stopper Plate [8-7] and Move Pin [8-8] from the SA, Sensor U (Adjustable type) [8-9].
4) Cut the Wire Tie [8-10].
5) Pull out the SA, Sensor U (Adjustable type) [8-9] from the Screw Sensor U Shaft [8-5].
6) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 3) [8-26], pull out the Teeth Spring 1.2x8 Pin [8-3], and
remove the Screw Gear [8-4] to the left from the Screw Sensor U Shaft [8-5].
Notes on reassembling:
Do not reuse the Teeth Spring 1.2x8 Pin [8-3].
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the Screw Sensor U Shaft [8-5] at 3 places (marked with
in Drawing No. 8 Unit, Sensor Adjust for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List).
2. Remove the SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type) [8-24] and Screw Sensor L Shaft [8-23].
1) Remove 1 screw (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [8-29] and detach the Ratchet Spring [8-31].
2) On the right side, disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 3) [8-26], shift the Screw Sensor L Shaft
[8-23] to the left about 2 mm, and remove the block (consisting of Screw Sensor L
Shaft [8-23] and SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type) [8-24], etc.) to the right.
3) Cut the Wire Tie [8-10].
4) Pull out the SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type) [8-24] from the Screw Sensor L Shaft
[8-23].
5) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 3) [8-26], pull out the Teeth Spring 1.2x8 Pin [8-3], and
remove the Screw Gear [8-4] to the left from the Screw Sensor L Shaft [8-23].
Also, remove the Ratchet Gear [8-19] from the Screw Sensor L Shaft [8-23], after
pulling out the Teeth Spring 1.2x8 Pin [8-3].
Notes on reassembling:
Do not reuse the Teeth Spring 1.2x8 Pin [8-3].
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the Screw Sensor L Shaft [8-23] at 3 places (marked
with in Drawing No. 8 Unit, Sensor Adjust for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts
List).
3. Remove the Open Guide Lever [8-12].
1) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 2) [8-28] and remove the Open Guide Lever [8-12] and
Open Guide Lever Spring [8-13].
4. Remove the Paper Guide Plate [8-14].
1) Remove 2 screws (PH, M3x3) [8-30] and detach the Paper Guide Plate [8-14].

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5. Remove the SA, Open Guide U [8-11].


1) Pull out Sensor Adjust Knob [8-20], disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 3) [8-26], and remove
the Adjust Sensor Bushing 3 [8-18] and Guide Sensor Up Spring [8-17] from the
Sensor Adjust Shaft [8-16].
2) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 2) [8-28], pull out Teeth Spring 1.2x8 Pin [8-3], remove the
Screw Gear [8-4] and Sensor Adjust Shaft [8-16], and detach the SA, Open Guide U
[8-11] from the SA, Open Guide L [8-22].
Note on reassembling:
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the following points (refer to the places marked with in
Drawing No. 8 Unit, Sensor Adjust for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List):
Adjust Sensor Bushing 3 [8-18]: Rear surface (where contacting with E-ring)
SA, Open Guide U [8-11]: 2 holes for the Sensor Adjust Shaft [8-16]
SA, Open Guide L [8-22]: 2 holes for the Sensor Adjust Shaft [8-16]
6. Remove the SA, Open Guide L [8-22].
1) Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [8-29] and detach the Sensor L Holder [8-25].
2) Peel off the Sensor Adjust Sheet [8-15] and Sensor Adjust Sheet L [8-32], and remove
the RFID Cover [8-21] from the SA, Open Guide L [8-22].
Note on reassembling:
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the following points (refer to the places marked with in
Drawing No. 8 Unit, Sensor Adjust for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List):
SA, Open Guide L [8-22]: 2 holes for the Sensor Adjust Shaft [8-16]

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3-5-12. Unit, Frame Ribbon L

The Unit, Frame Ribbon L (consisting of the Frame Ribbon L block and Ribbon
Cover in the following figure) is not supplied. Therefore, if it has to be replaced,
it is required to replace the whole Unit, Mechanism.

1. Remove the Unit, Mechanism.


Refer to 3-5-8. Unit, Mechanism.
2. Remove 1 screw (1PH, M3x6) and detach the Ribbon Cover from the Frame Ribbon L block.
3. Open the head block by pushing the head open lever and remove 1 screws (2PH (SW+PW),
M3x5).
4. Close the head block and remove 3 screws (3PH (SW+PW), M3x5).
5. On the left side, release the lock of the Bushing (24400670) by turning its end after pushing the
protrusion A with tweezers pointing tip, and then detach the Bushing (24400670), Ribbon
Guide FF Shaft, and the Bushing (24400680).
6. Lift the front side of the Frame Ribbon L block and turn it in the direction shown by the arrow,
and then detach it upwardly.
7. Remove the Guide Shaft FF Spring and SA, Front Tension Arm from the Unit, Mechanism.
For disassembling parts of the SA, Front Tension Arm, refer to 3-5-13. Disassembling the SA,
Front Tension Arm.
Bushing (24400670)

A
Shaft, Ribbon Guide FF

Bushing (24400680)

(Frame Ribbon L Block) Unit, Frame Ribbon L


3 Cover, Ribbon
3

Spring, Shaft Guide FF

SA, Front Tension Arm

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Notes on reassembling:
When reassembling the Unit, Frame Ribbon L, follow the next steps.
1. While pushing down the Ribbon Guide Roller C, insert the shaft B of the Frame Ribbon L
block into the hole C of the Unit, Frame Rear.

(Frame Ribbon L Block)

Unit, Frame Rear

B
C
Ribbon Guide Roller C

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2. While tilting the Frame Ribbon L block to the left (outer ward) a little, engage the SA, Front
Tension Arm with the SA, Frame Ribbon R (arrow 1).
At the same time, hook the Guide Shaft FF Spring on the SA, Front Tension Arm. Be sure that
both ends of the spring are correctly hooked as shown in the enlarged illustration.
3. Next, engage the left side of the SA, Front Tension Arm with the Frame Ribbon L block (arrow
2).
4. Assemble the Bushing (24400680), Ribbon Guide FF Shaft and Bushing (24400670). For
Bushing (24400670), lock its end by turning it so that the protrusion A is seated securely.
  

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3-5-13. Disassembling the SA, Front Tension Arm


To remove the SA, Front Tension Arm, refer to "3-5-12. Unit, Frame Ribbon L".

1. Release the lock of the right side Bushing (24400670) [4-4].


2. Remove the Bushing (24400670) [4-4], Shaft Guide FM Spring [4-5], Shaft Guide FM Washer
[4-6], Ribbon Guide FM Shaft [4-3] and Bushing (24400680) [4-2] from the SA, Front Tension
[4-1].

3-5-14. Disassembling the SA, Frame Ribbon R


To remove the SA, Frame Ribbon R, refer to Step 6 in "3-5-9. Each Unit on the Unit, Mechanism"

1. Pull out 2 Ribbon Shaft Holders [6-1] upwardly after releasing their locks.
2. Remove the Ribbon Unit Knob [6-2] and Ribbon Frame Plate [6-4] from the Ribbon R Frame
[6-3], after releasing their claws.

3-5-15. Disassembling the Unit, Frame Rear


To remove the Unit, Frame Rear, refer to Step 7 in "3-5-9. Each Unit on the Unit, Mechanism".

1. Release the lock of the left side Bushing (24400670) [5-1].


2. Remove the Bushing (24400670) [5-1], Ribbon Guide Roller E [5-2] and Bushing (24400680)
[5-3] from the SA, Frame Rear [5-4].
3. Remove 1 screw (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [5-11] and detach SA, Plate Stopper Rear [5-6].
Then, detach the Ribbon Guide block and the Rear Arm Spring [5-5].
4. Remove 4 screws (FT, M3x6) [5-12] and detach all other parts (Side Plate L [5-7], Side Plate R
[5-10], 4 Bushings (24400680) [5-3], 2 Ribbon Guide Rollers C [5-8] and Beam [5-9]).
Note on reassembling:
Insert the ends of Rear Arm Spring [5-5] into the hole of the SA, Frame Rear and Side Plate L
block as shown below. After assembling it, be sure to check that the spring is correctly hooked
by swinging the Side Plate L block.

SA, Frame Rear

Rear Arm Spring

(Side Plate L Block)

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3-5-16. Disassembling the Unit, Frame U


To remove the Unit, Frame U, refer to Step 8 in "3-5-9. Each Unit on the Unit, Mechanism".

1. Remove the SA, Gear Plate [3-4].


1) Unhook the Gear Plate Spring [3-3] from the SA, Gear Plate [3-4].
2) Disengage 3 E-rings (E-Ring, 3) [3-23] and, from the SA, Gear Plate [3-4], remove 2 Idle
Gear A Sub Assemblies [3-1], 1 Idle Gear B Sub Assembly [3-2], 3 Polysliders [3-29] and 2
Polysliders 1 [3-22].
Note on reassembling:
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the following points (refer to the places marked with in
Drawing No. 3 Unit, Frame U for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List):
Idle Gear A Sub Assembly [3-1]: Gear surface
Idle Gear B Sub Assembly [3-2]: Gear surface
2. Bow the Offset Spring [3-13] (which ends are inserted into the frame) and remove it from the
frame.
Note on reassembling:
Correctly set the Offset Spring [3-13] since the shape of its ends differs.
3. Slide the Head Plate [3-12] backward to remove it. Then the Head Spring R [3-15] and Head
Spring L [3-8] will come off.
4. Remove the following parts from the Head Plate [3-12].
1) Cut the Wire Tie [3-7], remove 1 screw (BH (N), M4x4) [3-26] and 1 washer (EXT, T (N), 4)
[3-27], and detach the SA, Head Cable [3-6] and the SA, Head Earth Cable [3-32].
2) Remove the Head Earth Plate [3-11] and 1 screw (PH (TP) M3x8) [3-28] and peel off
Cover Cable Sheet [3-10] from the Head Plate [3-12].
5. Remove the Slider [3-14].
1) Turn the Adjust Screw [3-17] counterclockwise until the nut (Nut, M3) [3-25] comes off.
2) Then, remove the Slider [3-14], Adjust Screw [3-17] and Curved Washer [3-16].
6. Remove the Head Up Lever [3-19].
1) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 2) [3-24] and remove 1 Polyslider Washer [3-20], Head Up
Lever [3-19] and Open Lever Spring [3-18].
7. Remove the SA, Frame U [3-5].
1) Remove the Nylon Screw [3-21], Head Balance Seal [3-9] and labels ([3-30] and [3-31]).
Note on reassembling:
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the SA, Frame U [3-5] (refer to the places marked with in
Drawing No. 3 Unit, Frame U for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List).

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3-5-17. Disassembling the Unit, Frame


To remove the Unit, Frame, refer to Step 9 in "3-5-9. Each Unit on the Unit, Mechanism"

1. Remove the SA, Sensor U (Fixed type) [9-7].


1) Remove 1 screw (PH (SW+PW), M3x6) [9-34] and remove the SA, Sensor U (Fixed type)
[9-7].
2. Remove the SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type) [9-18].
1) Remove 1 screw (No. 0, FHT (BT#1), M2x8) [9-36] and detach the SA, Sensor Bottom
(Fixed type) [9-18].
3. Remove the Paper Guide [9-8].
1) While pushing the Paper Guide Spring [9-17], remove it from the hook of the Paper Guide
[9-8]. Then, remove the Friction Cork [9-16] and the Paper Guide [9-8].
4. Remove the Unit, Motor [9-39].
1) On the left lower of the Unit, Mechanism, remove 3 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [9-33]
and detach the Motor block and Motor Drive Belt [9-12].
2) Disconnect the SA, PF MTR Cable [9-31] from the Motor block, remove 2 screws (PH
(SW+PW), M3x6) [9-34], and detach the Motor Bracket [9-6] from the Unit, Motor [9-39].
Note on reassembling:
Adjust the belt tension of the Motor Drive Belt [9-12].
Refer to 3-6-2. Belt Tension Adjustment.
5. Remove the Unit, Roller Platen [9-1].
1) Remove 1 screw (BH, M3x5K) [9-35] and detach the Pulley Cover [9-9].
2) Push the lever of the Tension Plate [9-29] downward and remove the Platen Drive Belt
[9-2], then detach the Unit, Roller Platen [9-1] by lifting it upwardly.
Note: For easier disassembly procedure, refer to 3-5-2. Unit, Roller Platen.
6. Remove the SA1, Drive Shaft [9-13].
1) Remove 2 screws (HSS (KCP), M3x5) [9-26] and detach the Drive Shaft Pulley [9-25] and
Motor Drive Bushing [9-24].
2) Pull out the SA1, Drive Shaft [9-13] to the left and remove the 2 Drive Shaft Bearings
[9-14].
7. Remove the Idle Gear Sub Assembly [9-15].
1) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 3) [9-37] and remove the Idle Gear Sub Assembly [9-15].
8. Remove the Peel Plate [9-11].
1) Remove 1 screw (PH (SW+PW), M3x6) [9-34] and detach the Peel Plate [9-11].

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9. Remove the Tension Pulley [9-27].


1) Disengage the Tension Spring [9-30] from the Tension Plate block.
2) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 3) [9-37] and pull out the Tension Plate block to the right.
3) Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 2) [9-38], pull out the Tensioner Pin [9-28], and remove the
Tension Pulley [9-27] from the Tension Plate [9-29].
Notes on reassembling:
Correctly hook the Tension Spring [9-30]. (Refer to Drawing No. 9 Unit, Frame in Chapter 5
Parts List).
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to the Tensioner Pin [9-28] (refer to the places marked with in
Drawing No. 9 Unit, Frame for the Printer Part in Chapter 5 Parts List).
10. Remove the SA, Connect PCB [9-20] (CL-S700/CL-S703).
1) Disconnect the SA, Option Cable 1 [9-21] (J15) and SA, Option Cable 2 [9-22] (J16) from
the SA, Connect PCB [9-20].
2) Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x6) [9-34] and detach the SA, Connect PCB [9-20].
11. Remove the SA, Frame Center [9-19].
1) Remove 4 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x6) [9-34] and detach the SA, Frame Center [9-19]
from the SA, Frame [9-10].

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3-5-18. Disassembling the Rewinder Part (CL-S700R Only)


Disassembly procedures for the Rewinder part of CL-S700R are explained here.

[Parts to be lubricated]
When the following parts are replaced or reassembled, apply grease (Floil G-311S).
The places to be lubricated are indicated with the mark in the drawings for the Rewinder Part
(the latter half) of Chapter 5 Parts List.

Drawing No. 2 Unit, Rewinder:


Shaft, Measure Sensor [2-1]: Both ends of the shaft (2 places)
Shaft, Damper [2-6]: Both ends of the shaft (2 places)
SA, Rewinder Motor [2-8]: Contacting surface with the Motor Plate Guide [2-10] (1 place)
Guide, Motor Plate [2-10]: Back surface (1 place)
Shaft, Handle Plate [2-24]: Both ends of the shaft (2 places)
Plate, Handle [2-28]: Both holes for the Handle Plate Shaft [2-24] (2 places)
SA, Handle Link [2-29]: Both studs (2 places)
Frame, Door L [2-33]: Door Shaft [2-40] (1 place)
Frame, Door R [2-43]: Door Shaft [2-40] (1 place)
Holder, Door Shaft R [2-44]: Hole for Door Shaft [2-40] (1 place)

Drawing No. 3 SA1, Peeler:


Roller, Idle Rewinder [3-1]: Both ends of the shaft (2 places)
Bush, Idle [3-2]: Right side (2 places)
Roller, Friction [3-6]: Both ends of the shaft (2 places)
Plate, Sensor Holder [3-8]: Rear surface at both ends where circled with a dotted line (2
places)

Drawing No. 4 SA2, Peeler:


Roll, Peel [4-1]: Both ends of the shaft (2 places)

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(1) Separating the Rewinder part


1. Open the top cover.
2. Remove 1 screw (PH, M3x12) and detach the Top Cover Guide.
3. Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the SA, Ope-pane frontward.
4. Disconnect the Ope-pane FFC Cable from the SA, Ope-pane.
Note on reassembling:
Insert the Ope-pane FFC Cable with its blue tape facing up.
5. Remove 1 screw (BH, M3x5K) and 1 screw (PH (SW+PW), M3x5), and detach the SA,
Front Right.
6. Remove 2 screw (PHT (#2), M3x6) from the front and 2 screws (BH, M3x5) from the rear
side.
(Top Cover)

BH, M3x5

PH, M3x12
PH (SW+PW), M3x5 Guide, Top Cover
Cable, Ope-pane FFC

BH, M3x5K

SA, Ope-pane

PHT (#2), M3x6

PH (SW+PW), M3x5

SA, Front Right

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7. Fully slide the Printer part to the rear.


Then, each claw of the Rewinder part comes off the slit on the Printer part.
8. Lift the Printer part and disconnect 2 cables (J15 and J16) from the connectors (J501 and
J502) of the SA, Rewinder PCB.
Tips: To disconnect the cables easier, you can carefully put the Printer part on the
Rewinder part widthwise.

(Printer Part)

Slits(6 pcs.)

Claws (6 pcs.)

J15
(Rewinder Part)

J16

J502
J501

SA, Rewinder PCB

9. Remove the Printer part and place it so as not to damage the cables at the bottom.
The following is an example where spacers (not supplied) are used.

(Printer Part) Cables

Spacer Spacer

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(2) Removing the Rewinder Mechanism block


1. Remove 2 screws (1PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the Rewinder Front L Case
upwardly.
2. Remove 1 screw (2PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the Rewinder Front R Case
upwardly.
3. Remove 1 screw (3PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the Torque Limiter Plate.
4. Disengage 1 E-ring (4E-Ring, 4), pull out Parallel(A) Pin, M2x12 (5), and fully move the
Door Shaft block to the right. Then, pull out the Torque Limiter to the left.
Note on reassembling:
The Torque Limiter can turn in one way only.
5. Disconnect 2 cables from the connectors J503 and J504 of the SA, Rewinder PCB.
Note on reassembling:
Run the cables as shown in the figure.
6. Remove 7 screws (6PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the Rewind Mechanism block
upwardly.

Case, Rewinder Front L

6
6

3 Plate, Torque Limiter

Torque Limiter

(Door Shaft Block)

E-Ring, 4 4
Pin, Parallel(A), M2x12 5 J504

J503

2
(Rewinder Mechanism
Case, Rewinder Front R Block)

SA, Rewinder PCB

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(3) Removing the Rewinder Door and SA1, Peeler


1. Remove the Rewinder Mechanism block referring to above (2) Removing the Rewinder
Mechanism block.
Note: To remove the Rewinder Door alone, it is not necessary to detach the Rewinder
Mechanism block. You can remove it after opening the Rewinder cover.
2. Remove 4 screws (PHT (#2), M3x6) and detach the Door Center Frame2.
3. Remove 4 screws (PHT (#2), M3x6) and detach the Handle and Rewinder Door.
Note on reassembling:
When attaching the Rewinder Door, run the Peel sensor cable along the door frame as
shown in the figure (See the Cable path).
4. Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the SA1, Peeler.
Note on reassembling:
Pass the cable (J503) through the left opening A as shown in the figure.
SA1, Peeler PH (SW+PW), M3x5

PHT (#2), M3x6

PHT (#2), M3x6

Door, Rewinder Frame2, Door Center


PHT (#2), M3x6

(Cable path)

Handle
A
(To J504)
(Cable path)

(To J503)

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(4) Removing the SA, Peeler Sensor/Friction Roller/Idle Rewinder Roller


1. Remove the SA1, Peeler referring to above (3) Removing the Rewinder Door and SA1,
Peeler.
2. Remove 2 screws (1BH, M3x5) and detach the Friction Peeler Plate.
Then, the edges A of Friction Link Plates on both sides are set free as they come off the
slits B, and the Friction Link Plates become loose.
3. Remove 2 Friction Bushes (2) and detach the Friction Roller.
4. Remove 2 screws (3PH, M2x3) and detach the SA, Peel Sensor.
5. Remove 3 Idle Bushes (4), 1 Friction Bush (2), 2 Friction Link Plates, R Friction Spring
and L Friction spring, and detach the Idle Rewinder Roller.
6. Disengage 1 E-ring (6E-Ring, 2) from the Idle Rewinder Roller.
7. Remove 2 screws (7PH (SW+PW), M3x5) and detach the Sensor Holder Plate from the
Peeler Plate1.
Roller, Idle Rewinder

6
Spring, L Friction
5
Plate, Sensor Holder
7
4 Plate, Friction Link
Plate1, Peeler

2
A
4

2
Spring, R Friction
1 A Roller, Friction
Plate, Friction Peeler
3 SA, Peel Sensor

Notes on reassembling:
Distinguish the L Friction Spring from R Friction Spring referring to above figure.
The former is longer than the latter.
Securely insert the edges A of the Friction Link Plate into the slits B.

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(5) Removing the SA, Rewinder Motor


1. Remove the Rewinder Mechanism block referring to (2) Removing the Rewinder
Mechanism block.
2. Remove 2 screws (PHT (#2), M3x6) and detach the Motor Plate Guide.
3. Unhook the Rewinder Motor Spring, disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 3), remove 1 screw (PH
(SW+PW), M3x5), and detach the Rewinder Motor Plate Pivot.
4. While pushing down the Measure Flap block, remove the SA, Rewinder Motor to the right.

Pivot, Rewinder Motor Plate


SA, Rewinder Motor

Guide, Motor Plate


E-Ring, 3

Spring, Rewinder Motor

PHT (#2), M3x6

PH (SW+PW), M3x5

(Measure Flap Block)

Note on reassembling:
After assembling the SA, Rewinder Motor on the frame, be sure that it can smoothly turn.
(The pivot is the supporting point of the SA, Rewinder Motor.)

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(6) Removing the SA, Interlock SW


1. Remove the Rewinder Mechanism block referring to (2) Removing the Rewinder
Mechanism block.
2. Disconnect the cable of the SA, Interlock SW from the SA, Rewinder Motor.
3. Remove 2 screws (PH (PW), M2x10) and detach the Nut Plate and the SA, Interlock SW.

Plate, Nut

SA, Interlock SW

Connector of the
SA, Rewinder Motor
PH (PW), M2x10

Note on reassembling:
Horizontal long hole is provided for mounting the lower side of the SA, Interlock SW.
When assembling the Nut Plate, be sure that the lower side of screw is at the center of the
long hole as shown in the figure.

Plate, Nut

Long hole

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(7) Removing Rollers


Note: The parts location Nos. (e.g. [2-61]) show the ones for CL-S700R. Refer to the Drawing
No. 2 Unit, Rewinder for the Rewinder Part in Chapter 5 Parts List.

(7-1) Measure Sensor Rollers (4 pcs.)


1. Remove the Rewinder Mechanism block referring to (2) Removing the Rewinder
Mechanism block.
2. Disengage 2 E-rings (E-Ring, 3) [2-61] on both sides and pull out the Damper Shaft [2-6] to
remove 4 Measure Sensor Rollers [2-7].

(7-2) Damper Roller (3 pcs.) of the Rewinder Cover block


1. Open the Rewinder Cover.
2. Disengage 2 E-rings (E-Ring, 3) [2-61] on both sides and pull out the Damper Shaft [2-6] to
remove 3 Damper Rollers [2-22].

(7-3) Damper Roller (4 pcs.) of the Rewinder Mechanism block


1. Remove the Rewinder Door referring to (3) Removing the Rewinder Door and SA1,
Peeler.
2. Disengage 2 E-rings (E-Ring, 3) [2-61] on both sides and pull out the Guide Roller Shaft
[2-21] to remove 4 Damper Rollers [2-22].

(7-4) Peel Roll on the Printer part


1. Open the Rewinder Cover.
2. Remove 2 screws (PH (SW+PW), M3x5) [1-49] and detach the SA2, Peeler [1-45].
3. Disengage 1 E-ring (E-Ring, 4) [4-9], remove the Peel Roller Bushing2 [4-8], and pull out
the Peel Roll [4-1].

(8) Removing SA, Rewinder PCB


Note: The parts location Nos. (e.g. [2-59]) show the ones for CL-S700R. Refer to the Drawing
No. 2 Unit, Rewinder for the Rewinder Part in Chapter 5 Parts List.

1. Remove 4 connectors (J501, J502, J503 and J504) from the SA, Rewinder PCB [2-59].
2. Remove 4 screws (PH (PW+SW), M3x5) [2-64] and detach the SA, Rewinder PCB [2-59].

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(9) Notes on assembling the springs


Note: The parts location Nos. (e.g. [2-2]) show the ones for CL-S700R. Refer to the Drawing
No. 2 Unit, Rewinder for the Rewinder Part in Chapter 5 Parts List.

The following figure shows the places where the springs should be assembled.
Assemble each spring correctly referring to the figure.
Spring, Measure Sensor L [2-2]
Spring, Measure Sensor R [2-3]
Spring, Damper Rewinder L [2-23]
Spring, Damper Rewinder R [2-25]
Spring, Handle R [2-27]
Spring, Measure Sensor R

Spring, Measure Sensor L

[Location of each spring]

Spring, Damper Rewinder L

Spring, Damper Rewinder R

Spring, Handle R

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3-6. Adjustments
3-6-1. Transparent/Reflective Sensor Position Adjustment
When you replace one of the following parts, perform both sensor position adjustment and sensor
sensitivity adjustment.
SA, Main PCB
SA, Sensor U (Fixed type)
SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type)
SA, Sensor U (Adjustable type)
SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type)

(1) Sensor position adjustment (Factory mode)


After entering Factory mode, adjust the following submenu items:
Fix-Thru Pos (When SA, Sensor U (Fixed type) or SA, Main PCB is replaced.)
Fix-Refl Pos (When SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type) or SA, Main PCB is replaced.)
Adj-Thru Pos (When SA, Sensor U (Adjustable type) or SA, Main PCB is replaced.)
Adj-Refl Pos (When SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type) or SA, Main PCB is replaced.)
For details, refer to 2-3-4. Factory/Service mode in Chapter 2.

(2) Sensor sensitivity adjustment (Factory mode)

Caution
- DO NOT adjust other submenus that are not explained here since the submenus in
Factory mode are essential items that can affect to the printing accuracy, etc.

- Do not turn OFF the power of the printer until you finish the adjustment. If it is
turned OFF, you need to repeat the adjustment from the beginning.
- The value adjusted here is retained until you change it with the same
procedure. Even if you perform initialization by selecting Test Mode main
menu, Factory Default submenu and Yes, the changed value is not
returned to the initial value set at the factory.

Perform sensitivity adjustment for each sensor with the following submenu.
Submenu Adjust when the following part is replaced. Refer to
Init Fix-Thru SA, Sensor U (Fixed type) or SA, Main PCB (2-1)
Init Fix-Refl SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type) or SA, Main PCB (2-2)
Init Adj-Thru SA, Sensor U (Adjustable type) or SA, Main PCB (2-3)
Init Adj-Refl SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type) or SA, Main PCB (2-4)

Refer to 2-3-4. Factory/Service mode in Chapter 2 for menu operation in Factory mode.

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(2-1) Init Fix-Thru sensitivity adjustment


Init Fix-Thru sensor is the transparent sensor (fixed type), i.e. SA, Sensor U (Fixed type).

Preparation:
1. Prepare recommended media or media to be used.
2. Peel off labels from the liner.
3. Open the head block and the sensor arm, and then set the media.
4. Be sure that the media is put on the SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type). If the media has
black mark, avoid that area.
5. Close the sensor arm and the head block.

Procedure:
1. Enter Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Factory Setup main menu appears.
2. In Factory Setup main menu, press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Factory Setup mode.
The first submenu Sens Vol Adj. appears.
3. Press the [MENU] (T) key until Init Fix-Thru submenu appears.

S Factory SetupT
Init Fix-Thru

W Exit Enter X

4. Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Init Fix-Thru sensitivity adjustment mode.

S Init Fix-Thru T
No

W Exit Enter X

5. Press the [MENU] (T) key to select Exec.

S Init Fix-Thru T
Exec

W Exit Enter X

6. Press the [STOP] (X) key to execute adjustment.


Adjustment starts and the following screen is display. (Media is not fed.)

S Now !! T
Executing

W Exit Enter X

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7. Be sure that adjustment is successfully completed and the following screen is


displayed. (The value 123 is an example.)

S Finished T
DAC 123

W Exit Enter X

When adjustment failed:


Cannot Setup is displayed. In this case, follow the next steps.
S Cannot T
1) Press any key of the printer.
Setup
The screen returns to that in Step 3.
2) Check for correct media setting position, media, active
W Exit Enter X
sensor (Sensor Select menu is set to Front Fixed Sen),
etc. and repeat from Step 3.

8. Press any key of the printer.


Then, the obtained value is saved into the printer and the screen returns to Step 3.
9. To continue other adjustment, proceed to the desired item ((2-2), (2-3) or (2-4)).
To terminate adjustment, go to the next step.
10. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key to return to Factory Setup menu.
11. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key once again.
The changed value is stored in the printer and the printer is turned OFF and then ON
for normal operation.

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(2-2) Init Fix-Refl sensitivity adjustment


Init Fix-Refl sensor is the reflective sensor (fixed type), i.e. SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed
type).

Preparation:
Open the head block and the sensor arm, and then set label with black mark or tag with
black mark.
When label with black mark is used:
1. Prepare recommended media or media to be used.
2. Peel off labels from the liner.
3. Set the media and be sure that the media is put on the SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed
type) (avoid the black mark area).
4. Close the sensor arm and the head block.
When tag with black mark is used:
1. Prepare recommended media or media to be used.
2. Set the media (if continuous tag is used, set it) and be sure that the media is put on
the SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type) (avoid the black mark area).
3. Close the sensor arm and the head block.

Procedure:
1. Enter Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Factory Setup main menu appears.
2. In Factory Setup main menu, press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Factory Setup mode.
The first submenu Sens Vol Adj. appears.
3. Press the [MENU] (T) key until Init Fix-Refl submenu appears.

S Factory SetupT
Init Fix-Refl

W Exit Enter X

4. Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Init Fix-Refl sensitivity adjustment mode.

S Init Fix-Refl T
No

W Exit Enter X

5. Press the [MENU] (T) key to select Exec.

S Init Fix-Refl T
Exec

W Exit Enter X

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6. Press the [STOP] (X) key to execute adjustment.


Adjustment starts and the following screen is display. (Media is not fed.)

S Now !! T
Executing

W Exit Enter X
7. Be sure that adjustment is successfully completed and the following screen is
displayed. (The value 123 is an example.)

S Finished T
DAC 123

W Exit Enter X

When adjustment failed:


Cannot Setup is displayed. In this case, follow the next steps.
S Cannot T
1) Press any key of the printer.
Setup
The screen returns to that in Step 3.
2) Check for correct media setting position, media, active
W Exit Enter X
sensor (Sensor Select menu is set to Front Fixed Sen),
etc. and repeat from Step 3.

8. Press any key of the printer.


Then, the obtained value is saved into the printer and the screen returns to Step 3.
9. To continue other adjustment, proceed to the desired item ((2-1), (2-3) or (2-4)).
To terminate adjustment, go to the next step.
10. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key to return to Factory Setup menu.
11. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key once again.
The changed value is stored in the printer and the printer is turned OFF and then ON
for normal operation.

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(2-3) Init Adj-Thru sensitivity adjustment


Init Adj-Thru sensor is the transparent sensor (adjustable type), i.e. SA, Sensor U
(Adjustable type).

Preparation:
1. Prepare recommended media or media to be used.
2. Peel off labels from the liner.
3. Open the head block and the sensor arm, and then set the media.
4. Be sure that the media is put on the SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type). If the media
has black mark, avoid that area.
5. Close the sensor arm and the head block.

Procedure:
1. Enter Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Factory Setup main menu appears.
2. In Factory Setup main menu, press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Factory Setup mode.
The first submenu Sens Vol Adj. appears.
3. Press the [MENU] (T) key until Init Adj-Thru submenu appears.

S Factory SetupT
Init Adj-Thru

W Exit Enter X

4. Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Init Adj-Thru sensitivity adjustment mode.

S Init Adj-Thru T
No

W Exit Enter X

5. Press the [MENU] (T) key to select Exec.

S Init Adj-Thru T
Exec

W Exit Enter X

6. Press the [STOP] (X) key to execute adjustment.


Adjustment starts and the following screen is display. (Media is not fed.)

S Now !! T
Executing

W Exit Enter X

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7. Be sure that adjustment is successfully completed and the following screen is


displayed. (The value 123 is an example.)

S Finished T
DAC 123

W Exit Enter X

When adjustment failed:


Cannot Setup is displayed. In this case, follow the next steps.
S Cannot T
1) Press any key of the printer.
Setup
The screen returns to that in Step 3.
2) Check for correct media setting position, media, active
W Exit Enter X
sensor (Sensor Select menu is set to Rear Adj Sensor),
etc. and repeat from Step 3.

8. Press any key of the printer.


Then, the obtained value is saved into the printer and the screen returns to Step 3.
9. To continue other adjustment, proceed to the desired item ((2-1), (2-2) or (2-4)).
To terminate adjustment, go to the next step.
10. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key to return to Factory Setup menu.
11. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key once again.
The changed value is stored in the printer and the printer is turned OFF and then ON
for normal operation.

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(2-4) Init Adj-Refl sensitivity adjustment


Init Adj-Refl sensor is the reflective sensor (adjustable type), i.e. SA, Sensor Bottom
(Adjustable type).

Preparation:
Open the head block and the sensor arm, and then set label with black mark or tag with
black mark.
When label with black mark is used:
1. Prepare recommended media or media to be used.
2. Peel off labels from the liner.
3. Set the media and be sure that the media is put on the SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable
type) (avoid the black mark area).
4. Close the sensor arm and the head block.
When tag with black mark is used:
1. Prepare recommended media or media to be used.
2. Set the media (if continuous tag is used, set it) and be sure that the media is put on
the SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type) (avoid the black mark area).
3. Close the sensor arm and the head block.

Procedure:
1. Enter Factory/Service mode by turning on the power while pressing and holding the
[MENU], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Factory Setup main menu appears.
2. In Factory Setup main menu, press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Factory Setup mode.
The first submenu Sens Vol Adj. appears.
3. Press the [MENU] (T) key until Init Adj-Refl submenu appears.

S Factory SetupT
Init Adj-Refl

W Exit Enter X

4. Press the [STOP] (X) key to enter Init Adj-Refl sensitivity adjustment mode.

S Init Adj-Refl T
No

W Exit Enter X

5. Press the [MENU] (T) key to select Exec.

S Init Adj-Refl T
Exec

W Exit Enter X

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6. Press the [STOP] (X) key to execute adjustment.


Adjustment starts and the following screen is display. (Media is not fed.)

S Now !! T
Executing

W Exit Enter X
7. Be sure that adjustment is successfully completed and the following screen is
displayed. (The value 123 is an example.)

S Finished T
DAC 123

W Exit Enter X

When adjustment failed:


Cannot Setup is displayed. In this case, follow the next steps.
S Cannot T
1) Press any key of the printer.
Setup
The screen returns to that in Step 3.
2) Check for correct media setting position, media, active
W Exit Enter X
sensor (Sensor Select menu is set to Rear Adj Sensor),
etc. and repeat from Step 3.

8. Press any key of the printer.


Then, the obtained value is saved into the printer and the screen returns to Step 3.
9. To continue other adjustment, proceed to the desired item ((2-1), (2-2) or (2-3)).
To terminate adjustment, go to the next step.
10. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key to return to Factory Setup menu.
11. Press the [PAUSE] (W) key once again.
The changed value is stored in the printer and the printer is turned OFF and then ON
for normal operation.

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3-6-2. Belt Tension Adjustment


Belt tension adjustment is necessary in the following case.
- When the Unit, Motor is replaced.

1. Remove the screw B and loosely tighten the Motor block with 2 screws A.
2. Push the left side of the Motor block with the tip of the spring gauge as shown in the figure.
3. Push it so that the spring gauge reads the following value.
600 to 1000 gf.
4. Tighten the Motor block with 2 screws A and the screw B.

[Spring Gauge]

* Use Max. 2000gf gauge.

[Left side view of the Unit, Mechanism]

Belt, Motor Drive


Motor Block

Spring Gauge

A
A
B

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3-6-3. Ribbon Skew Adjustment


This adjustment may be necessary in the following case.
- When the Unit, Head is replaced

Normally, ribbon wrinkles can be removed by [On the left side of the Unit, Frame Ribbon L]
adjusting the adjust screws of the Unit, Ribbon Frame
L. (Refer to the figure on the right.)
If ribbon wrinkles cannot be removed with these TENSION

screws, perform the ribbon skew adjustment as STANDARD


LOW
TENSION

follows: STANDARD

LOW

SUPER LOW

Adjust screw for Supply side Adjust screw for Take-up side
ribbon tension adjustment ribbon tension adjustment
Ribbon skew adjustment procedure:
Remove ribbon wrinkle by moving the right end (movable end) of the Head Spacer Shaft (a part of
the Unit, Head) as follows: (Left end is a fixed end.)
1. Loosen (not remove) the screw A of the Head Spacer Shaft.
2. Turn the lever B clockwise or counterclockwise to move the right side end of the Head Spacer
Shaft forward or backward to remove ribbon wrinkles. Refer to the figure below.
Also, refer to the figure on the next page to understand the ribbon skew adjustment
mechanism.
3. After adjustment, tighten the screw A.

 
  

  
 

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CHAPTER 4
TROUBLESHOOTING

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

Table of Contents

4-1. Error Message and Corrective Actions ...........................................................................4-3


4-2. Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................4-5
4-2-1. Problems in Powering Up the Printer .................................................................4-5
4-2-2. Media-feed Problems .........................................................................................4-6
4-2-3. Problems in Printing ...........................................................................................4-7
4-2-4. Ribbon-feed Problem .........................................................................................4-8
4-2-5. Sensor Problems................................................................................................4-9
4-2-6. Operation Panel Problems .................................................................................4-13
4-2-7. Rewinder Problems (CL-S700R Only)................................................................4-14
(1) Rewinding problem (CL-S700R Only) .......................................................4-14
(2) Rewinder sensor problem (CL-S700R Only) .............................................4-15
4-2-7. Connector Location ..............................................................................................4-16

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4-1. Error Message and Corrective Actions

4-1. Error Message and Corrective Actions

When an error occurs, the error condition will be displayed on the operation panel. The ERROR
LED flashes and the LCD shows the error contents.
In case of error, the printer enters off line except for the following errors.
- LCD: Alarm Head Hot
- LCD: Alarm PFMotor Hot
- LCD: Alarm Cutter Hot

Causes/Corrective Actions ERROR LED LCD


Head temperature - high temperature abnormality Flashing Alarm
Printing stops temporarily. Head Hot
Wait until the thermal head gets cool.
Head temperature - low temperature abnormality Flashing Error
Printing is impossible. Start printing after the Head Cold
thermal head becomes warm.
PF motor temperature abnormality Flashing Alarm
Printing stops temporarily. Wait until the motor PFMotor Hot
gets cool.
Fan motor malfunction Flashing Error
Remove obstacle, if any. Fan Lock
Firmly connect the cable (J12 on Unit, Main
PCB).
Replace the SA, Fan.
Cutter motor temperature abnormality (Option) Flashing Alarm
Cutting action stops temporarily. Cutter Hot
Wait until the cutter motor gets cool.
Head open Flashing Error
Close the head. Head Open
Paper end Flashing Error
Add media. Paper End
Paper out (paper position undetectable) Flashing Error
Incorrect Adjustable Sensor positioning: Paper Load
Correct the sensor position to match the sensor
position with the label/tags black mark.
Incorrect Media mode menu:
Match the Media mode menu (e.g. SeeThrough)
and media to be used.

(to be continued)

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4-1. Error Message and Corrective Actions

Causes/Corrective Actions ERROR LED LCD


Incorrect sensor adjustment against media to be
used:
Enter sensor adjustment mode
While pressing [MENU], [FEED] and [STOP]
keys, turn on the power, and then perform
sensor adjustment.
For details, refer to 2-3-4 (3) How to change the
settings in Factory mode in Chapter 2.
Paper jam Flashing Error
Remove the jammed media. Paper Jam
Head low resistance value abnormality Flashing Alarm
Due to defective thermal element: Head Check
Printing quality will degrade.
Ribbon end Flashing Error
Install a new ribbon. Ribbon End
Communication error Flashing Error
Receiving buffer overrun error Serial Over Run
Communication error Flashing Error
Parity error Serial Parity
Communication error Flashing Error
Framing error Serial Framing
Cover open Flashing Error
Close the printer cover. Cover Open
Auto-cutter abnormality (foreign object etc.) Flashing Error
Jamming, etc. Cutter Fail
Rewinder cover open (CL-S700R only) Flashing Error
Close the rewinder cover. Rewind Open
Rewinder full (CL-S700R only) Flashing Error
Remove the wound media from the rewinder Rewind Full
flange.
Rewinder failure (CL-S700R only) Flashing Error
Does not rewind, etc. Rewind Fail
Rewinder motor temperature abnormality Flashing Alarm
(CL-S700R only) Rewinder Hot
Rewinding stops temporarily. Wait until the
motor gets cool.

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4-2. Troubleshooting

4-2. Troubleshooting
The following tables show possible remedies for various symptoms that might occur. Symptoms
are given in the left column, and the corresponding remedies in the right column.
Notes:
1. When parts are replaced, refer to Chapter 3 "Disassembly and Maintenance".
2. Connectors (J . . .) given in the column of checks and remedies are connected with the SA,
Main PCB. For the location of each connector, refer to 4-2-7. Connector Location".

4-2-1. Problems in Powering Up the Printer


Symptoms Checks Remedies
No power to the 1. Is the Power Cord loosely connected to 1. Connect it firmly.
printer the AC outlet or the AC inlet of the
printer?
2. Check voltage on the input power line. 2. Supply correct voltage.
Acceptable supply voltage:
100 to 240V (-10%+6%)
3. Is the fuse F1 on the Unit, Power 3. Replace with new fuse. If new fuse
Supply blown? is also blown when power is turned
on with the connector J11
disconnected from the SA, Main
PCB, the Unit, Power Supply is
faulty and must be replaced.
Notes:
- Do not replace the fuse with the
power switch turned on.
- The fuse is provided to prevent
fire, and damage to the Unit,
Power Supply. When replacing
it, use the same rating and type.

4. Is the connector of SA, Power SW 4. Connect it firmly.


Cable firmly connected to the Unit,
Power Supply (CN1)?
5. Is the SA, Power Cable firmly 5. Connect it firmly.
connected between the Unit, Power
Supply and the SA, Main PCB (J11)?
6. Is the Ope-pane Cable connected 6. Connect it firmly.
between the SA, Main PCB (J14) and
the SA, Ope-Panel PCB firmly? If it is
not connected or is inserted upside
down, no LED lights up and nothing
appears on the LCD even if you turned
ON the power.
7. Failure in the power supply circuit. 7. Replace the Unit, Power Supply.

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4-2-2. Media-feed Problems


Symptoms Checks Remedies
No media feed 1. Is the connector of the SA, PF MTR 1. Connect it firmly.
Cable firmly connected to the Unit,
Motor?

2. Is the connector J4 for the Unit, Motor 2. Connect it firmly.


connected firmly?

3. Is the connector J11 for Unit, Power 3. Connect it firmly.


Supply connected firmly?

4. Is +24V supplied to pins 7, 8, 9 and 10 4. Replace the Unit, Power Supply.


of J11?

5. Failure in the control circuit or in the 5. Replace the SA, Main PCB.
paper feed motor driver.

6. Does the Unit, Motor work? 6. Replace the Unit, Motor.

Irregular media feed 1. Is the connector J4 for PF motor 1. Connect it firmly.


pitch connected firmly?

2. Is dust or other foreign matter on the 2. Remove dust or foreign matter.


platen?

3. Does the media feed mechanism work 3. Check, clean and lubricate
smoothly? mechanical parts.
Note: Refer to Chap. 3
"Disassembly and Maintenance".

4. Failure in the control circuit or in the 4. Replace the SA, Main PCB.
paper feed motor driver.

Media jamming 1. Is media set correctly? 1. Set media correctly.

2. Is the media being used within 2. Use media within manufacturer's


manufacturer's specifications? specifications.

3. Check the media feed mechanism and 3. Remove dust or foreign matter.
media path for dust or other foreign
matter.

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4-2. Troubleshooting

4-2-3. Problems in Printing


Symptoms Checks Remedies
No print 1. Is the head block securely closed? 1. Close the head block correctly.

2. Is the thermal head over heated? 2. Wait until the thermal head gets
In this case, the LCD indicates Alarm cool. Printing resumes
Head Hot. automatically.

3. Is the PF motor over heated? 3. Wait until the PF motor gets cool.
In this case, the LCD indicates Alarm Printing resumes automatically.
PFMotor Hot.

4. Is the interface cable firmly connected 4. Connect it firmly.


between the printer and the host?

5. Is the Centro cable firmly connected 5. Connect it firmly.


between the Unit, Centro PCB (CN101)
and the SA, Main PCB (J17)?

6. Is the SA, Head Cable firmly connected 6. Connect it firmly.


between the Unit, Head and the SA,
Main PCB (J3)?

7. Does the transparent/reflective sensor 7. To check, see 4-2-5. Sensor


detect presence of media? Problems".

8. Is +24V supplied to pins 7, 8, 9 and 10 8. Replace the Unit, Power Supply.


of J11?

9. Is the thermal head temperature too 9. If the printer is cold, wait until it
low? gets warm. Otherwise, replace the
In this case, the LCD indicates Error Unit, Head.
Head Cold.

10. Unit, Head is broken. 10. Replace the Unit, Head .

11.Failure in the head driver circuit. 11.Replace the Unit, Head .

12. Failure in the control circuit. 12. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

Poor printing 1. Thermal head is dirty. 1. Clean it with the head cleaner
provided.

2. Thickness adjustment is improper. 2. Adjust the media thickness


adjustment screw to suit to the
media thickness being used.

3. Is +24V supplied to pins 7, 8, 9 and 10 3. Replace the Unit, Power Supply.


of J11?

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Symptoms Checks Remedies


Uneven print density 1. Head balance is improper. 1. Adjust the media width adjustment
Uneven print density may appear either knob to suit to the media width
on the right side or the left side. being used.

4-2-4. Ribbon-feed Problem


Symptoms Checks Remedies
Ribbon is not fed at 1. Is the ribbon correctly inserted into the 1. Insert the ribbon correctly.
all, or is not fed ribbon holders?
correctly.
2. Is the ribbon path correct? 2. Install the ribbon correctly.

3. Does the ribbon slack on the supply 3. Adjust the supply side ribbon
side during back feeding? tension by turning the adjust screw
with a flat-bladed screwdriver.

4. Does the ribbon slack on the take-up 4. Adjust the take-up side ribbon
side during printing? tension by turning the adjust screw
with a flat-bladed screwdriver.

[On the left side of the Unit, Frame Ribbon L]

TENSION
STANDARD
LOW
TENSION

STANDARD

LOW

SUPER LOW

Adjust screw for Supply side Adjust screw for Take-up side
ribbon tension adjustment ribbon tension adjustment

Ribbon wrinkles 1. Is proper ribbon tension applied to both 1. Adjust ribbon tension to suit to the
occur. supply and take-up side? width of ribbon being used.

2. Is printing density proper? 2. Set the printing density to an


appropriate value by using the
menu or control software.

3. Head pressure does not match the 3. Adjust the head pressure with the
media width (ribbon width) being used. media width adjustment knob.

4. Angle of the head spacer shaft of the 4. Adjust the head spacer shaft angle
Head Unit is not proper. appropriately.
Refer to 3-6-3. Ribbon Skew
Adjustment in Chapter 3.

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4-2. Troubleshooting

Symptoms Checks Remedies


Ribbon tends to slip 1. Is proper ribbon tension applied to both 1. Adjust ribbon tension to suit to the
on media. (May occur supply and take-up side? type and width of media.
faint printing,
displacement of
printing position, dirty
printing, etc.)

Printing continues 1. Is the Print Method menu set to "DT" 1. Change the Print Method menu to
even when ribbon (Direct Thermal) for thermal media "TT (Thermal Transfer)".
runs out. printing?

Ribbon slants. 1. Is the ribbon correctly inserted into the 1. Insert the ribbon correctly.
ribbon holders?

2. Is the ribbon path correct? 2. Install the ribbon correctly.

4-2-5. Sensor Problems


Symptoms Checks Remedies
Top cover is open, 1. Is the connector of the SA, Cover Open 1. Connect it firmly.
but cover open status Sens firmly connected to SA, Ope-Pane
is not detected (LCD PCB (J403)?
does not show Error
Cover Open). 2. Cover open sensor is defective. 2. Replace the SA, Cover Open
(Cover open sensor Sens.
problem)
3. Failure in the ope-pane circuit. 3. Replace the SA, Ope-Pane PCB.

4. Replace the in the control circuit. 4. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

Head block is closed, 1. Is the connector of the SA, Head Up 1. Connect it firmly.
but the LCD shows SW firmly connected to SA, Main PCB
Error Head Open. (J9)?
(Head up sensor
problem) 2. Head up sensor is defective. 2. Replace the SA, Head Up SW.

3. Failure in the control circuit. 3. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4-2. Troubleshooting

Symptoms Checks Remedies


Ribbon end is not 1. Is the connector of the ribbon encoder 1. Connect it firmly.
correctly detected. in the Unit, Frame Ribbon L firmly
connected to the SA, Main PCB (J8)?

2. Ribbon encoder is defective. 2. Replace the Unit, Mechanism.

3. Failure in the control circuit. 3. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

Label on liner or 1. Is the Media Sensor menu setting 1. Set it to See Through.
notch of tag is not correct?
detected.
(Transparent sensor 2. Is the Adjustable Sensor positioned to 2. Move the Adjustable Sensor by
problem) an appropriate position where label or turning the adjustable sensor
notch of tag can be detected? (When position knob.
Or adjustable sensor is to be used)
Paper end is not By default, the Sensor Select menu is
detected. set to Rear Adj Sensor and the
Adjustable Sensor is selected.

3. Is the sensor adjustment performed 3. Perform the sensor adjustment for


against media to be used? user. See Sensor Adjustment for
user (Transparent Sensor/
Reflective Sensor) on the next
page.

4. Is the following connector of the SA, 4. Connect it firmly.


Sensor U firmly connected to the SA,
Main PCB?
For Adjustable Sensor: J7
For Front Fixed Sensor: J6

5. Is the following connector of the SA, 5. Connect it firmly.


Sensor Bottom firmly connected to the
SA, Main PCB?
For Adjustable Sensor: J22
For Front Fixed Sensor: J21

6. Is dust on the LED of the Transparent/ 6. Clean the LED to remove dust.
Reflective Sensor?

8. Failure in the Transparent Sensor or the 8. Replace the SA, Sensor U or the
Reflective Sensor. SA, Sensor Bottom.

9. Failure in the control circuit. 9. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 4-10
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4-2. Troubleshooting

[Sensor Adjustment for user (Transparent Sensor/Reflective Sensor)]


The following describes the transparent and reflective sensor adjustment method (for user) for both
adjustable sensor and the front fixed sensor.
This method is stated in Sensor Adjustments and Calibration of the Users Manual.

Preparation:
Transparent sensor:
1. Peel off labels from the liner.
2. Open the head block and the sensor arm, and set the media on the SA, Sensor
Bottom (Adjustable type) or SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type).
If the media has black mark, avoid that area.
3. Close the sensor arm and the head block.

Reflective sensor:
When label with black mark is used
1. Peel off labels from the liner.
2. Open the head block and the sensor arm, and set the media on the SA, Sensor
Bottom (Adjustable type) or SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type).
If the media has black mark, avoid that area.
3. Close the sensor arm and the head block.

When tag with black mark is used


1. Open the head block and the sensor arm, and set the media (if continuous tag is used,
set it) on the SA, Sensor Bottom (Adjustable type) or SA, Sensor Bottom (Fixed type).
Avoid the black mark area.
2. Close the sensor arm and the head block.

Sensor Adjustment Procedure:


1. Turn on the power while pressing and holding the [PAUSE], [FEED] and [STOP] keys.
Sensor Cal Mode See Through (or Reflect) is displayed on the LCD.
(To switch between See Through and Reflect, press and release the [STOP] key
while pressing and holding the [MENU] key.
2. Press and release the [PAUSE] key while pressing and holding the [MENU] key.
Sensor Cal Mode Executing and then Sensor Cal Mode Succeeded will be
displayed on the LCD.
(If adjustment stops abnormally (adjustment impossible), the ERROR LED flashes and
"Failed" is displayed.)
3. Press the [STOP] key.
Then the printer turns off and then on again, and enters the normal operation.

4-11 CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4-2. Troubleshooting

Symptoms Checks Remedies


Black mark on tag is 1. Is the Media Sensor menu correct? 1. Set it to Reflect.
not detected.
(Reflective sensor 2. Is the Adjustable Sensor positioned to 2. Move the Adjustable Sensor by
problem) an appropriate position where a black turning the adjustable sensor
mark on tag can be detected? (When position knob so that it is set to the
Or adjustable sensor is to be used) center of black mark.
Paper end is not
detected. 3. Is the sensor adjustment is performed 3. Perform the sensor adjustment for
against media to be used? user. See Sensor Adjustment for
user (Transparent Sensor/
Reflective Sensor) on the next
page.

4. Is the following connector of the SA, 4. Connect it firmly.


Sensor Bottom firmly connected to the
SA, Main PCB?
For Adjustable Sensor: J22
For Front Fixed Sensor: J21

5. Is dust on the LED or phototransistor of 5. Clean the LED/phototransistor to


the Reflective Sensor? remove dust.

6. Failure in the Reflective Sensor. 6. Replace the SA, Sensor Bottom.

7. Failure in the control circuit. 7. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

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4-2. Troubleshooting

4-2-6. Operation Panel Problems


Symptoms Checks Remedies
LED does not light. 1. Is the Ope-pane FFC Cable connected 1. Connect it firmly.
between the SA, Main PCB (J14) and
the SA, Ope-Panel PCB firmly?

2. Is the Ope-pane FFC Cable inserted 2. Insert it in the correct direction.


upside down?

3. Failure in the SA, Ope-Panel PCB. 3. Replace the SA, Ope-Panel PCB.

4. Failure in the control circuit. 4. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

No key works. 1. Is the Ope-pane Cable connected 1. Connect it firmly.


between the SA, Main PCB (J14) and
the SA, Ope-Panel PCB firmly?

2. Is the Ope-pane FFC Cable inserted in 2. Insert it in the correct direction.


the correct direction?

3. Failure in the ope-pane circuit. 3. Replace the SA, Ope-Panel PCB.

4. Failure in the control circuit. 4. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

Nothing appears on 1. Is the Ope-pane Cable connected 1. Connect it firmly.


the LCD. between the SA, Main PCB (J14) and
the SA, Ope-Panel PCB firmly?

2. Is the Ope-pane FFC Cable inserted in 2. Insert it in the correct direction.


the correct direction?

3. On the SA, Ope-Panel PCB, is the LCD 3. Connect it firmly.


FPC firmly inserted into the connector
J402?

4. Failure in the ope-pane circuit. 4. Replace the SA, Ope-Panel PCB.

5. Failure in the control circuit. 5. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4-2. Troubleshooting

4-2-7. Rewinder Problems (CL-S700R Only)


(1) Rewinding problem (CL-S700R Only)
Symptoms Checks Remedies
Does not rewind. 1. Is the rewinder cover opened? 1. Close the rewinder cover.
In this case, the LCD indicates Error
Rewinder Open.

2. Is the rewinder full? 2. Remove the wound media from the


In this case, the LCD indicates Error rewinder flange.
Rewinder Full.

3. Is the rewinder motor over heated? 3. Wait until the rewind motor gets
In this case, the LCD indicates Alarm cool. Rewinding resumes
Rewinder Hot. automatically.

4. Are cables J15 and J16 (SA, Main PCB) 4. Connect them firmly.
connected to J501 and J502 (SA,
Rewinder PCB) firmly?

5. Is the connector of the SA, Rewinder 5. Connect it firmly.


Motor connected to J504 of the SA,
Rewinder PCB firmly?

6. Is the connector of the SA, Interlock 6. Connect it firmly.


SW connected to SA, Rewinder Motor
firmly?
In this case, the LCD indicates Error
Rewinder Open.

7. Failure in the SA, Rewinder Motor. 7. Replace the SA, Rewinder Motor.

8. Failure in the SA, Rewinder PCB. 8. Replace the SA, Rewinder PCB.

9. Failure in the control circuit. 9. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

Label is peeled but 1. Is the peel sensor cable connected to 1. Connect it firmly.
rewinding operation JP503 of the SA, Rewinder PCB firmly?
does not pause.
2. Failure in the SA, Rewinder PCB. 2. Replace the SA, Rewinder PCB.

3. Failure in the control circuit. 3. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4-2. Troubleshooting

(2) Rewinder sensor problem (CL-S700R Only)


Symptoms Checks Remedies
Rewinder cover is 1. Rewinder cover sensor (SA, Interlock 1. Replace the SA, Interlock SW.
closed, but rewinder SW) is defective.
cover open status is
detected. 2. Failure in the SA, Rewinder Motor. 2. Replace the SA, Rewinder Motor.
(LCD shows Error
Rewinder Open.) 3. Failure in the SA, Rewinder PCB. 3. Replace the SA, Rewinder PCB.

4. Failure in the control circuit. 4. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

Rewinder motor 1. Failure of photo interrupter PS701of the 1. Replace the SA, Rewinder Motor.
rotation is not SA, Rewinder Motor.
detected.
(LCD shows Error 2. Failure in the SA, Rewinder PCB. 2. Replace the SA, Rewinder PCB.
Rewinder Fail.)
3. Failure in the control circuit. 3. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

Rewind Full status is 1. Failure of photo interrupter PS501/ 1. Replace the SA, Rewinder PCB.
not detected or PS502 of the SA, Rewinder PCB.
rewinding speed is
not properly 2. Failure in the control circuit. 2. Replace the SA, Main PCB.
controlled.

Peeled label is not 1. Failure of Peel Sensor. 1. Replace the SA, Peel Sensor.
detected.
2. Failure in the SA, Rewinder PCB. 2. Replace the SA, Rewinder PCB.

3. Failure in the control circuit. 3. Replace the SA, Main PCB.

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4-2. Troubleshooting

4-2-7. Connector Location


[SA, Main PCB]
Ribbon Encoder
(Ribbon Running Sensor/Ribbon End Sensor)
SA, Head Up SW (Head Up Sensor)
Adjustable Sensor (Transparent sensor)
Front Fixed Sensor
(Transparent sensor)
SA, Main PCB J7 J6
J8
J9 Front Fixed Sensor
J16
(Reflective sensor)
J22 J21 SA, Connect PCB (J803) (CL-S700/CL-S703)
SA, Rewinder PCB (J502) (CL-S700R)

1
J12
Adjustable Sensor J11
(Reflective sensor) SA, Fan
J14

10
J3 SA, Connect PCB (J801) (CL-S700/CL-S703)
J5 J15 SA, Rewinder PCB (J501) (CL-S700R)

J4

Ope-Pane FFC Cable Unit, Head


(Blue Tape)
Unit, Motor (Thermistor)
Unit, Motor
Unit, Power Supply

[Unit, Centro PCB]

CN101

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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
4-2. Troubleshooting

[SA, Rewinder PCB] (For CL-S700R)


SA, Peel Sensor
SA, Rewinder Motor

J503 J504

PS501 PS502 SA, Main PCB (J15)


SA, Main PCB (J16)
J501 J502

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Chapter 5 Parts Lists

CHAPTER 5
PARTS LISTS

Note:
The Parts Lists section consists of the following two parts:
Former half: For CL-S700 and CL-S703
Latter half: For CL-S700R (Common parts with the printer upper area are to be
referred to the former half.)

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Chapter 5 Parts Lists

Chapter 5 Parts Lists


for CL-S700/CL-S703

Table of Contents

Recommended Spare Parts List...............................................................................................5-3


Drawing No. 1 Parts List & Location for General Assembly ...............................................5-5
Drawing No. 2 Parts List & Location for Unit, Mechanism..................................................5-10
Drawing No. 3 Parts List & Location for Unit, Frame U ......................................................5-14
Drawing No. 4 Parts List & Location for SA, Front Tension Arm.........................................5-18
Drawing No. 5 Parts List & Location for Unit, Frame Rear .................................................5-21
Drawing No. 6 Parts List & Location for SA, Frame Ribbon R ...........................................5-24
Drawing No. 7 Parts List & Location for SA, Base Guide Open .........................................5-27
Drawing No. 8 Parts List & Location for Unit, Sensor Adjust ..............................................5-30
Drawing No. 9 Parts List & Location for Unit, Frame..........................................................5-34
Drawing No. 10 Parts List & Location for Unit, Top Cover ....................................................5-38
Drawing No. 11 Parts List & Location for SA, Ope-pane ......................................................5-41
Drawing No. 12 Parts List & Location for SA, Front Center..................................................5-44
Drawing No. 13 Parts List & Location for SA, Front Right ....................................................5-47
Drawing No. 14 Parts List & Location for Unit, PCB.............................................................5-50
Drawing No. - Parts List & Location for Accessories .........................................................5-53

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Recommended Spare Parts List

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Recommended Spare Parts List Sheet No. 1/1
Rev. No. 0
Item Q'ty/ Maint. Class
Location Part No. Part Name Remarks @
No. Unit Worn Casual
1 1-15 JN66801-0 Unit, Power Supply 1 |
2 2-13 JN09802-0 Unit, Head 1 | For CL-S700/CL-S700R
2-13 JN09804-0 Unit, Head (300DPI) 1 | For CL-S703
3 8-9 JN48704-0 SA, Sensor U 1 | Adjustable type
4 8-24 JN48705-0 SA, Sensor Bottom 1 | Adjustable type
5 9-1 JN28801-0 Unit, Roller Platen 1 |
6 9-39 JN25801-0 Unit, Motor 1 |
7 9-7 JN48701-0 SA, Sensor U 1 | Fixed type
8 9-18 JN48702-0 SA, Sensor Bottom 1 | Fixed type
9 14-2 JN66701-0 SA, Main PCB (200) 1 | For CL-S700
14-2 JN66702-0 SA, Main PCB (300) 1 | For CL-S703
14-2 JN66718-0 SA, Main PCB (200R) 1 | For CL-S700R
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 1

Parts List & Location for General Assembly

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: General Assembly Sheet No. 1/3
Drawing No. 1 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

1-1 Roll Holder JE99090-0 1 24600730


1-2 Flange, Paper Wide JM79201-0 1
1-3 Unit, Top Cover ---- 1 Ref: Drawing No. 10
1-4 Cover, Hinge JN56209-0 2
1-5 Holder, Paper Shaft Left JN56116-0 1
1-6 SA, Cover Inner Power JN56704-0 1
1-7 SA, Ribbon Holder JM34710-1 2
1-8 Stopper, Hinge JN54103-0 2
1-9 SA, Hinge JN59905-0 2
1-10 Unit, Mechanism JN99801-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 2
1-11 Cover, Inner Paper JN56112-0 1
1-12 Unit, PCB - 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 14
1-13 Sheet 1, Power Protect JN54910-0 1
1-14 Plate, Power JN64101-0 1
1-15 Unit, Power Supply JN66801-0 1
1-16 Cover, Cable JN56201-0 1
1-17 SA, Power Cable JN67706-0 1
1-18 Cable, Ope-pane FFC JN67901-0 1
1-19 WS-2NS (Cable, Clamp) JN59903-0 3
1-20 SA, Fan JN65901-0 1

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: General Assembly Sheet No. 2/3
Drawing No. 1 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

1-21 SA, Power SW Cable JN67709-0 1 Including Inlet


1-22 Rail, Guide U JN54906-0 1
1-23 Rail, Guide Base JN54907-0 1
1-24 Guide, Top Cover JN54202-0 1
1-25 Sheet, Case L JN54106-0 1
1-26 SA, Ope-pane JN56705-0 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 11
1-27 SA, Front Center JN56708-0 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 12
1-28 SA, Front Right JN56707-0 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 13
1-29 SA, Case L JN56701-1 1
1-30 Leg, Case JN56901-0 4
1-31 Plate, Cable Cover JN56113-0 1
1-32 Cover, Sensor Adjust JN56115-0 1
1-33 Holder, Paper Shaft Right JN56117-0 1
1-34 Cover, Inner PCB Front JN56110-0 1
1-35 SA, Cover Inner PCB Rear JN56713-0 1
1-36 Screw, FH, M3.0x6 E00230-060F 2
1-37 Screw, BH, M3.0x5 E00530-050F 19
1-38 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 15
1-39 Screw, BH, M3.0x5K E00530-050KF 13
1-40 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M4.0x30 E00940-300F 4

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: General Assembly Sheet No. 3/3
Drawing No. 1 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

1-41 Screw, FH, M3.0x6 E00230-060F 2


1-42 Screw, PH, M3.0x12 E00130-120F 1
1-43 Screw, BH (N), M4.0x4 E00540-040WF 1
1-44 Washer, EXT, T (N), 4 E50740-000WF 1

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 2

Parts List & Location for Unit, Mechanism

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Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to



the places marked with .


  

 

   

 




 


   
 

  
 
  

 



 
 
  
  


 

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Mechanism Sheet No. 1/2
Drawing No. 2 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

2-1 Bushing JE99704-0 1 24400670


2-2 Shaft, Ribbon Guide FF JN32001-0 1
2-3 Bushing JE99705-0 1 24400680
2-4 SA, Front Tension Arm JN34704-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 4
2-5 Unit, Frame Rear JN44803-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 5
2-6 Unit, Frame U JN44802-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 3
2-7 Spring, Head Up JN13601-0 1
2-8 Unit, Head JN09802-0 1 For CL-S700/CL-S700R
Unit, Head (300DPI) JN09804-0 1 For CL-S703
2-9 SA, Frame Ribbon R JN34703-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 6
2-10 SA, Base Guide Open JN44712-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 7
2-11 Ground Brush JE99438-0 1 33000340
2-12 Unit, Sensor Adjust JN44804-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 8
2-13 Sheet 2, Power Protect JN54911-0 1
2-14 Damper JE99051-0 1 25200890
2-15 Damper Pin JE99023-0 1 22601801
2-16 SA, Head Up SW JN68704-0 1
2-17 Clamp, Main Cable JN59902-0 1
2-18 Unit, Frame ---- 1 Ref: Drawing No. 9
2-19 Unit, Frame Ribbon L ---- 1 Not supplied

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Mechanism Sheet No. 2/2
Drawing No. 2 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

2-20 Cover, Ribbon ---- 1 Not supplied


2-21 Screw, PH , M3.0x6 E00130-060F 1
2-22 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 11
2-23 Screw, FT, M3.0x6 E00230-060F 2
2-24 Screw, PH, M4x6 E00140-060F 1
2-25 Spring, Shaft Guide FF JN33602-0 1

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 3

Parts List & Location for Unit, Frame U

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DRAWING NO. 3 Unit, Frame U (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

3-22 3-1 Apply grease (Floil G-311S)


to the places marked with .
3-29
3-3 3-4 3-2
3-23
3-1
3-21

3-5
 

    
3-30
3-31 3-18 3-19

3-8 3-9 3-20


3-27 3-26
3-10 3-16
3-7 3-24
3-11
3-14
3-17
3-6 3-28 3-25
3-32
3-15
3-12

3-13

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Frame U Sheet No. 1/2
Drawing No. 3 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

3-1 Idle Gear A Sub Assembly JE99683-0 2 23205720


3-2 Idle Gear B Sub Assembly JE99684-0 1 23205730
3-3 Gear Plate Spring JE99651-0 1 21903240
3-4 SA, Gear Plate JN29715-0 1
3-5 SA, Frame U JN44706-0 1
3-6 SA, Head Cable JN67707-0 1
3-7 Wire Tie C6701-101# 1
3-8 Spring, Head L JN13603-0 1
3-9 Head Balance Seal JE99434-0 1 25201200
3-10 Sheet, Cover Cable JN54908-0 1
3-11 Head Earth Plate JE99117-0 1 20803381
3-12 Head Plate JE99011-0 1 20803370
3-13 Offset Spring JE99016-0 1 21902562
3-14 Slider JE99048-0 1 25200861
3-15 Spring, Head R JN13602-0 1
3-16 Curved Washer JE99065-0 1 90500390
3-17 Adjust Screw JE99192-0 1 92100202
3-18 Open Lever Spring JE99019-0 1 21902601
3-19 Lever, Head Up JN14201-0 1
3-20 Polyslider Washer JE99064-0 1 90500380

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Frame U Sheet No. 2/2
Drawing No. 3 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

3-21 Nyrock Screw JE99066-0 1 92100220


3-22 Polyslider 1 JN39902-0 2
3-23 E-Ring, 3.0 E60330-000F 3
3-24 E-Ring, 2.0 E60320-000F 1
3-25 Nut, M3 E40130-000F 1
3-26 Screw, BH (N), M4.0x4 E00540-040WF 1
3-27 Washer, EXT, T (N), 4 E50740-000WF 1
3-28 Screw, PH (TP), M3.0x8 E04230-080F 1
3-29 Polyslider JN39901-0 3
3-30 Label 2, Caution, Head AH90935-0 1 English
3-31 Label 7, Caution, Head AR99902-0 1 For CSA/French
3-31 Label 6, Caution, Head AR99901-0 1 For CSE/German
3-32 SA, Head Earth Cable JN67712-0 1

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 4

Parts List & Location for SA, Front Tension Arm

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DRAWING NO. 4 SA, Front Tension Arm (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

4-1

4-2

4-3

4-6
4-5
4-4

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Chapter 5 Parts Lists

PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: SA, Front Tension Arm Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 4 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

4-1 SA, Front Tension JN34701-0 1


4-2 Bushing JE99705-0 1 24400680
4-3 Shaft, Ribbon Guide FM JN32002-0 1
4-4 Bushing JE99704-0 1 24400670
4-5 Spring, Shaft Guide FM JN33601-0 1
4-6 Washer, Shaft Guide FM JN34107-0 1

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 5

Parts List & Location for Unit, Frame Rear

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5-1

5-2
5-4

5-3

5-12 5-5
5-7 5-3 5-6

5-8 5-11

5-3 5-3
5-9
5-8 5-10

5-3
5-12

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Frame Rear Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 5 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

5-1 Bushing JE99704-0 1 24400670


5-2 Ribbon Guide Roller E JE99710-0 1 25100710
5-3 Bushing JE99705-0 5 24400680
5-4 SA, Frame Rear JN44705-0 1
5-5 Rear Arm Spring JE99650-0 1 21903231
5-6 SA, Plate Stopper Rear JN44708-0 1
5-7 Side Plate L JE99639-0 1 20804850
5-8 Ribbon Guide Roller C JE99709-0 2 25100690
5-9 Beam JE99667-0 1 23000680
5-10 Side Plate R JE99640-0 1 20804860
5-11 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 1
5-12 Screw, FT, M3.0x6 E00230-060F 4

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 6

Parts List & Location for SA, Frame Ribbon R

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DRAWING NO. 6 SA, Frame Ribbon R (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

6-1

6-2
6-4

6-3

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: SA, Frame Ribbon R Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 6 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

6-1 Holder, Ribbon Shaft JN34201-0 2


6-2 Knob, Ribbon Unit JN34202-0 1
6-3 Frame, Ribbon R JN34104-0 1
6-4 Plate, Ribbon Frame JN36202-0 1

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 7

Parts List & Location for SA, Base Guide Open

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DRAWING NO. 7 SA, Base Guide Open (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

7-3
7-4
7-8
7-1

7-6
7-5
7-7

7-2

7-8
7-1

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: SA, Base Guide Open Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 7 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

7-1 SA, Damper Shaft JN29703-0 2


7-2 Frame, Damper JN24105-0 1 Metal
7-3 E-Ring, 4.0 E60340-000F 1
7-4 Shaft, Damper JN22005-0 1
7-5 Frame, Damper JN24203-0 1 Plastic
7-6 Spring, Damper L JN23603-0 1
7-7 Spring, Damper R JN23602-0 1
7-8 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 2

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 8

Parts List & Location for Unit, Sensor Adjust

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DRAWING NO. 8 Unit, Sensor Adjust (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

8-2 8-1 Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to


the places marked with .
8-4
8-3 8-26
8-6
8-27
8-7
8-5 8-8
8-10
8-9 8-28

8-28 8-12
8-4
8-13
8-3 8-11
8-14

8-18 8-20
8-30 8-32
8-17 8-26
8-15 8-21
8-16
8-4 8-3 8-29
8-3
8-19
8-28 8-29
8-29
8-22
8-26 8-31
8-10

8-23
8-24
8-8 8-26
8-7
8-27

8-25

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Sensor Adjust Sheet No. 1/2
Drawing No. 8 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

8-1 Open Guide Seal JE99179-0 1 71104522


8-2 Cover, Sensor Adjust JN24208-0 1
8-3 Pin, Teeth Spring, 1.2x8 E70412-080F 4
8-4 Screw Gear JE99279-0 3 24001020
8-5 Shaft, Screw Sensor U JN22004-0 1
8-6 Position Label JE99281-0 1 71104631
8-7 Stopper Plate JE99275-0 2 20803640
8-8 Move Pin JA99067-0 2 22601080
8-9 SA, Sensor U JN48704-0 1 Adjustable type
8-10 Wire Tie C6701-101# 2
8-11 SA, Open Guide U JN29702-0 1
8-12 Open Guide Lever JN24228-0 1
8-13 Open Guide Lever Spring JE99132-0 1 21902730
8-14 Paper Guide Plate JE99228-0 1 24600781
8-15 Sheet, Sensor Adjust JN54909-0 1
8-16 Shaft, Sensor Adjust JN22001-0 1
8-17 Spring, Guide Sensor Up JN23601-0 1
8-18 Bushing 3, Adjust Sensor JN22201-0 1
8-19 Ratchet Gear JE99280-0 1 24001030
8-20 Knob, Sensor Adjust JN24201-0 1

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Sensor Adjust Sheet No. 2/2
Drawing No. 8 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

8-21 Cover, RFID JN24204-0 1


8-22 SA, Open Guide L JN29705-0 1
8-23 Shaft, Screw Sensor L JN22006-0 1
8-24 SA, Sensor Bottom JN48705-0 1 Adjustable type
8-25 Holder, Sensor L JN24101-0 1
8-26 E-Ring, 3.0 E60330-000F 4
8-27 Screw, No.0, FHT (BT#1), M2.0x4 E13220-040F 4
8-28 E-Ring, 2.0 E60320-000F 3
8-29 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 5
8-30 Screw, PH, M3.0x3 E00130-030F 2
8-31 Ratchet Spring JE99276-0 1 21902760
8-32 Sheet, Sensor Adjust L JN24901-0 1

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 9

Parts List & Location for Unit, Frame

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DRAWING NO. 9 Unit, Frame (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703


9-30 Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to
the place marked with .
9-1

9-5 9-33 9-2


9-31 9-7
9-3
9-32
9-4 9-34
9-38 9-31
9-32
9-8
9-33 9-33
9-6 9-35
9-9

9-10

9-11 9-16 9-29


9-27
9-12 9-26
9-15
9-36
9-33 9-37
9-13 9-17 9-14
9-18
9-23 9-28 9-36
9-19 9-25
9-20 9-24
9-14
9-33
9-33 9-21
9-22

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Frame Sheet No. 1/2

Drawing No. 9 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

9-1 Unit, Roller Platen JN28801-0 1


9-2 Belt, Platen Drive JN26902-0 1
9-3 SA, Motor (with thermistor) ---- 1 Not supplied
9-4 Plate, Heat Sink Motor JN24109-0 1
9-5 Flange, Motor ---- 1 Not supplied
9-6 Bracket, Motor JN24108-0 1
9-7 SA, Sensor U JN48701-0 1 Fixed type
9-8 Paper Guide JE99045-0 1 24600660
9-9 Cover, Pulley JN24207-0 1
9-10 SA, Frame JN44701-0 1
9-11 Plate, Peel JN24107-0 1
9-12 Belt, Motor Drive JN26901-0 1
9-13 SA 1, Drive Shaft JN22702-0 1
9-14 Bearing, Drive Shaft JN21901-0 2
9-15 Idle Gear Sub Assembly JE99446-0 1 23204211
9-16 Friction Cork JE99037-0 1 24000910
9-17 Paper Guide Spring JE99017-0 1 21902571
9-18 SA, Sensor Bottom JN48702-0 1 Fixed type
9-19 SA, Frame Center JN44707-0 1
9-20 SA, Connect PCB JN66725-0 1 (Not used for CL-S700R)

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Frame Sheet No. 2/2
Drawing No. 9 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

9-21 SA, Option Cable 1 JN67715-0 1


9-22 SA, Option Cable 2 JN67716-0 1
9-23 Bushing, Motor Drive JN22011-0 1
9-24 Pulley, Drive Shaft JN20302-0 1
9-25 Screw, HSS (KCP), M3.0x5 E30130-050F 2
9-26 Tension Pulley JE99154-0 1 2400090
9-27 Tensioner Pin JE99136-0 1 22601891
9-28 Plate, Tension JN24110-0 1
9-29 Tension Spring JE99131-0 1 21902722
9-30 SA, PF MTR Cable JN67705-0 1
9-31 Screw, PH, M3.0x6 E00130-060F 2
9-32 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 3
9-33 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x6 E04030-060F 10
9-34 Screw, BH, M3.0x5K E00530-050KF 1
9-35 Screw, No.0, FHT (BT#1), M2.0x8 E13220-080F 1
9-36 E-Ring, 3.0 E60330-000F 2
9-37 E-Ring, 2.0 E60320-000F 1
9-38 Unit, Motor JN25801-0 1 For CL-S700/CL-S703
Unit, Motor JN25803-0 1 For CL-S700R

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 10

Parts List & Location for Unit, Top Cover

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DRAWING NO. 10 Unit, Top Cover (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

10-1

10-2

10-7
10-6

10-6
10-7
10-3

10-5
10-4

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, Top Cover Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 10 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

10-1 SA1, Top Cover JN56710-1 1


10-2 Cover, Front Top JN56207-0 1
10-3 Logo, CITIZEN JN54201-0 1
10-4 Cover, Cutter Blind JN56208-0 1
10-5 Cover, Window JN54101-0 1
10-6 Screw, PHT (#2), M3.0x6 E10130-060F 2
10-7 Spacer Leg, Case U JN56114-0 2

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 11

Parts List & Location for SA, Ope-pane

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DRAWING NO. 11 SA, Ope-pane (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

11-5

11-4
11-11
11-11
11-3 11-12
11-2

11-12

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: SA, Ope-pane Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 11 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

11-1 Sheet, Ope-Pane JN54901-0 1


11-2 Cover, Ope-Pane JN56202-0 1
11-3 SA, Cover Open Sens JN68705-0 1
11-4 SA, Ope-Pane PCB JN66704-0 1
11-5 SA, Ope-Pane Plate JN56706-0 1
11-6 Switch, Pause JN56212-0 1
11-7 Switch, Feed JN56211-0 1
11-8 Switch, Menu JN56210-0 1
11-9 Switch, Stop JN56213-0 1
11-10 Cover, LCD JN54102-0 1
11-11 Screw, PHT (#2), M3.0x6 E10130-060F 4
11-12 Screw, BH, M3.0x5 E00530-050F 2

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 12

Parts List & Location for SA, Front Center

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DRAWING NO. 12 SA, Front Center (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

12-4

12-3

12-4
12-2

12-1

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: SA, Front Center Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 12 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

12-1 Cover, Front Center JN56204-0 1


12-2 Plate, Front Cover JN56121-0 1
12-3 Cover, Front JN56205-0 1
12-4 Screw, PHT (#2), M3.0x6 E10130-060F 4

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 13

Parts List & Location for SA, Front Right

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DRAWING NO. 13 SA, Front Right (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

13-2
13-3
13-1

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: SA, Front Right Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 13 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

13-1 Cover, Front Right JN56203-0 1


13-2 Plate, Front Right JN56120-0 1
13-3 Screw, PHT (#2), M3.0x6 E10130-060F 3

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. 14

Parts List & Location for Unit, PCB

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DRAWING NO. 14 Unit, PCB (Rev. 0) For CL-S700/CL-S703

14-4
14-7

14-3
14-1

14-5
14-2

14-6

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Unit, PCB Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 14 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

14-1 SA, Centro Cable JN67708-0 1


14-2 SA, Main PCB (200) JN66701-0 1 For CL-S700
SA, Main PCB (300) JN66702-0 1 For CL-S703
SA, Main PCB (200R) JN66718-0 1 For CL-S700R
14-3 SA, Holder I/F JN56711-0 1
14-4 Unit, Centro PCB JM66825-1 1
14-5 Lock Screw (Inch) C6390-054# 2
14-6 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 2
14-7 Screw, BH, M3.0x5 E00530-050F 2

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CL-S700/CL-S703

Drawing No. -

Parts List & Location for Accessories

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700/CL-S703 TITLE: Accessories Sheet No. 1/1


Drawing No. - Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

- Cord Set (Ul/CSA) C6009-000# 1 For CSA


- Cord Set (OE Straight) C6009-200# 1 For CSE
- Cord Set (UK) C6009-300# 1 For CSE
- CD-ROM, User's Manual JN749** 1 to be revised without notice
- Guide, Quick Start JN749** 1 to be revised without notice
- Head, Cleaner JM79904-0 1
- Label, Accessory RPR JN79901-0 1
- Thermal, Roll Paper JM79907-0 1 For CSA
- Ribbon (B110A) 35*114 JM39901-0 1
- Ribbon Core 25*114 JM39902-0 1

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for CL-S700R

Table of Contents

Recommended Spare Parts List...............................................................................................5-56


Drawing No. 1 Parts List & Location for General Assembly ...............................................5-58
Drawing No. 2 Parts List & Location for Unit, Rewinder .....................................................5-63
Drawing No. 3 Parts List & Location for SA1, Peeler .........................................................5-69
Drawing No. 4 Parts List & Location for SA2, Peeler .........................................................5-72

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Recommended Spare Parts List

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: Recommended Spare Parts List Sheet No. 1/1
Rev. No. 0
Item Q'ty/ Maint. Class Dedicated for
Location Part No. Part Name Remarks
No. Unit Worn Casual CL-S700R
1 1-15 JN66801-0 Unit, Power Supply 1 |
2 2-13 JN09802-0 Unit, Head 1 |
3 8-9 JN48704-0 SA, Sensor U 1 | Adjustable type
4 8-24 JN48705-0 SA, Sensor Bottom 1 | Adjustable type
5 9-1 JN28801-0 Unit, Roller Platen 1 |
6 9-39 JN25803-0 Unit, Motor 1 | |
7 9-7 JN48701-0 SA, Sensor U 1 | Fixed type
8 9-18 JN48702-0 SA, Sensor Bottom 1 | Fixed type
9 14-2 JN66718-0 SA, Main PCB (200R) 1 | |
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

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CL-S700R

Drawing No. 1

Parts List & Location for General Assembly

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: General Assembly Sheet No. 1/3
Drawing No. 1 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/ Dedicated for


Location Part Name Part No. Remarks
Unit CL-S700R

1-1 Roll Holder JE99090-0 1 24600730


1-2 Flange, Paper Wide JM79201-0 1
1-3 Unit, Top Cover ---- 1 Ref: Drawing No. 10 / CL-S700, S703
1-4 Cover, Hinge JN56209-0 2
1-5 Holder, Paper Shaft Left JN56116-0 1
1-6 SA, Cover Inner Power JN56704-0 1
1-7 SA, Ribbon Holder JM34710-1 2
1-8 Stopper, Hinge JN54103-0 2
1-9 SA, Hinge JN59905-0 2
1-10 Unit, Mechanism JN99801-0 1 Ref: Drawing No. 2 / CL-S700, S703
1-11 Cover, Inner Paper JN56112-0 1
1-12 Unit, PCB - 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 14 / CL-S700, S703
1-13 Sheet 1, Power Protect JN54910-0 1
1-14 Plate, Power JN64101-0 1
1-15 Unit, Power Supply JN66801-0 1
1-16 Cover, Cable JN56201-0 1
1-17 SA, Power Cable JN67706-0 1
1-18 Cable, Ope-pane FFC JN67901-0 1
1-19 WS-2NS (Cable, Clamp) JN59903-0 3
1-20 SA, Fan JN65901-0 1

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: General Assembly Sheet No. 2/3
Drawing No. 1 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/ Dedicated for


Location Part Name Part No. Remarks
Unit CL-S700R

1-21 SA, Power SW Cable JN67709-0 1 Including Inlet


1-22 Rail, Guide U JN54906-0 1
1-23 Rail, Guide Base JN54907-0 1
1-24 Guide, Top Cover JN54202-0 1
1-25 - - -
1-26 SA, Ope-pane JN56705-0 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 11 / CL-S700, S703
1-27 - - -
1-28 SA, Front Right JN56707-0 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 13 / CL-S700, S703
1-29 SA, Case L JN56701-1 1
1-30 - - -
1-31 Plate, Cable Cover JN56113-0 1
1-32 Cover, Sensor Adjust JN56115-0 1
1-33 Holder, Paper Shaft Right JN56117-0 1
1-34 Cover, Inner PCB Front JN56110-0 1
1-35 SA, Cover Inner PCB Rear JN56713-0 1
1-36 Screw, FH, M3.0x6 E00230-060F 2
1-37 Screw, BH, M3.0x5 E00530-050F 19
1-38 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 15
1-39 Screw, BH, M3.0x5K E00530-050KF 11
1-40 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M4.0x30 E00940-300F 4

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: General Assembly Sheet No. 3/3
Drawing No. 1 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/ Dedicated for


Location Part Name Part No. Remarks
Unit CL-S700R

1-41 Screw, FH, M3.0x6 E00230-060F 2


1-42 Screw, PH, M3.0x12 E00130-120F 1
1-43 Screw, BH (N), M4.0x4 E00540-040WF 1
1-44 Washer, EXT, T (N), 4 E50740-000WF 1
1-45 SA2, Peeler JN29713-0 1 Ref.: Drawing No. 4 |
1-46 Label, Peel Guidance JN99907-0 1 |
1-47 Cushion, Damper JN24143-0 1 |
1-48 Sheet, Damper JN24142-0 1 |
1-49 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 2 |
1-50 Screw, BH, M3.0x5 E00530-050F 2 |

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CL-S700R

Drawing No. 2

Parts List & Location for Unit, Rewinder

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DRAWING NO. 2 Unit, Rewinder (Rev. 0) for CL-S700R


2-62 2-2
2-4
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to
the places marked with . 2-1
2-3

(DRW NO.3) 2-61


2-5
2-20
2-64
2-61
2-6
2-19
2-9 2-8
2-7 2-10
2-21 2-61
2-22 2-64
2-11
2-63
2-64
2-64
2-16
2-12 2-14
2-63
2-66 2-15
2-64 2-65
2-23
2-63 2-64
2-33 2-30 2-61 2-66
2-17
2-66 2-32
2-6
2-35 2-64
2-34 2-61 2-18
2-64 2-22 2-63
2-24
2-63
2-25
2-36 2-64 2-31
2-64 2-63 2-26 2-67
2-61
2-37 2-27
2-38
2-63 2-63
2-64 2-63 2-66 2-66 2-28 2-29
2-63 2-39 2-40 2-61 2-42
2-45 2-46 2-59
2-43 2-58
2-41 2-66 2-64
2-64 2-35
2-39
2-64

2-13 2-59
2-44
2-51 2-66
2-47 2-66 2-57
2-63
2-61 2-64
2-48

2-52

2-55
2-64
2-63

2-53 2-63
2-49
2-50

2-56
2-54

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PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: Unit, Rewinder Sheet No. 1/4
Drawing No. 2 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit
2-1 Shaft, Measure Sensor JN22018-0 1
2-2 Spring, Measure Sensor L JN23609-0 1
2-3 Spring, Measure Sensor R JN23610-0 1
2-4 Plate, Measure Sensor JN24120-0 1
2-5 Plate, Measure Flap JN24121-0 1
2-6 Shaft, Damper JN22012-0 2
2-7 Roller, Measure Sensor JN24225-0 4
2-8 SA, Rewinder Motor JN29710-0 1
2-9 Pivot, Rewinder Motor Plate JN22017-0 1
2-10 Guide, Motor Plate JN24223-0 1
2-11 Spring, Rewinder Motor JN23608-0 1
2-12 Sheet, Damper Plate Cover JN24145-0 1
2-13 Sheet, Peel Sensor Cover JN24144-0 1
2-14 Guide, Rewinder Flange JN24226-0 2
2-15 SA, Interlock SW JN68710-0 1
2-16 Plate, Nut JN24138-0 1
2-17 Stopper, Rewinder Door JN24227-0 2
2-18 Frame, Rewinder Inner JN44110-0 1
2-19 SA, Rewinder Flange JN29708-0 1
2-20 SA1, Peeler JN29706-0 1

5-65 CL-S700R
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: Unit, Rewinder Sheet No. 2/4
Drawing No. 2 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

2-21 Shaft, Guide Roller JN22015-0 1


2-22 Roller, Damper JN24216-0 7
2-23 Spring, Damper Rewinder L JN23604-0 1
2-24 Shaft, Handle Plate JN22014-0 1
2-25 Spring, Damper Rewinder R JN23605-0 1
2-26 Plate, Damper JN24114-0 1
2-27 Spring, Handle R JN23606-0 1
2-28 Plate, Handle JN24115-0 1
2-29 SA, Handle Link JN56716-0 1
2-30 Frame2, Door Center JN56135-0 1
2-31 Frame1, Door Center JN56134-0 1
2-32 Holder, Rewinder Shaft L JN24210-0 1
2-33 Frame, Door L JN56132-0 1
2-34 Plate, Rewinder SW JN24213-0 1
2-35 Stopper Rewinder JN24211-0 2
2-36 Plate, Torque Limiter JN24124-0 1
2-37 Torque Limiter JN29903-0 1
2-38 Holder, Door Shaft L JN24126-0 1
2-39 Ring, Damper JN24212-0 2
2-40 Shaft, Door JN22020-0 1

CL-S700R 5-66
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: Unit, Rewinder Sheet No. 3/4
Drawing No. 2 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

2-41 Pin, Parallel(A), M2.012 E70120-120F 2


2-42 Holder, Rewinder Shaft R JN24209-0 1
2-43 Frame, Door R JN56133-0 1
2-44 Holder, Door Shaft R JN24127-0 1
2-45 Case, Rewinder Front L JN56215-0 1
2-46 SA1, Front Case Rewinder L JN56723-0 1
2-47 Sheet, Anti-Adhere JN54107-0 1
2-48 Cover Rewinder JN24215-0 1
2-49 Handle JN24217-0 1
2-50 Door, Rewinder JN56214-0 1
2-51 Shaft, Handle JN22016-0 1
2-52 Plate, Handle Bracket JN24116-0 1
2-53 SA1, Front Case Rewinder R JN56725-0 1
2-54 Case, Rewinder Front R JN56216-0 1
2-55 SA1, Rewinder Case JN56718-0 1
2-56 Leg, Case JN56901-0 4
2-57 CKS-16-L Cable, Clamp) JN59904-0 2
2-58 Plate, Spring Rewinder JN24125-0 1
2-59 SA, Rewinder PCB JN66705-0 1
2-60 SA, RW Cable JN67721-0 1

5-67 CL-S700R
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: Unit, Rewinder Sheet No. 4/4
Drawing No. 2 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

2-61 E-Ring, 3.0 E60330-000F 11


2-62 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.06 E04030-060F 2
2-63 Screw, PHT (#2), M3.0x6 E10130-060F 22
2-64 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.05 E04030-050F 24
2-65 Screw, PH (PW), M210 E00620-100F 2
2-66 E-Ring, 4.0 E60340-000F 11
2-67 Screw, PH (SW+PW), M3.04 E04030-040F 2

CL-S700R 5-68
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

CL-S700R

Drawing No. 3

Parts List & Location for SA1, Peeler

Revision Up List

Sheet No. Rev. No. Date

1/1 0 Apr. 18, 2008

5-69 CL-S700R
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

DRAWING NO. 3 SA1, Peeler (Rev. 0) for CL-S700R

3-1
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to 3-12
the places marked with .

3-3
3-2
3-4
3-7 3-13

3-9 3-8
3-13 3-5 3-2
3-3

3-7

3-6
3-2
3-7
3-15
3-10
3-11

3-14

CL-S700R 5-70
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: SA1, Peeler Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 3 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

3-1 Roller, Idle Rewinder JN28502-0 1


3-2 Bush, Idle JE99750-0 3
3-3 Plate, Friction Link JE99325-0 2
3-4 Spring, L Friction JE99761-0 1
3-5 Spring, R Friction JE99760-0 1
3-6 Roller, Friction JE99758-0 1
3-7 Bush, Friction JE99762-0 3
3-8 Plate, Sensor Holder JN24112-0 1
3-9 Plate1, Peeler JN24111-0 1
3-10 Plate, Friction Peeler JN24113-0 1
3-11 SA, Peel Sensor JE69149-2 1
3-12 E-Ring, 2.0 E60320-000F 1
3-13 Screw, PH(SW+PW), M3.0x5 E04030-050F 2
3-14 Screw,PH,M2.0x3 E00120-030WF 2
3-15 Screw, BH, M3.0x5 E00530-050F 2

5-71 CL-S700R
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

CL-S700R

Drawing No. 4

Parts List & Location for SA2, Peeler

Revision Up List

Sheet No. Rev. No. Date

1/1 0 Apr. 18, 2008

CL-S700R 5-72
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

DRAWING NO. 4 SA2, Peeler (Rev. 0) for CL-S700R


4-7
Apply grease (Floil G-311S) to
the places marked with .
4-5
4-6
4-3

4-2
4-4

4-8
4-9

4-1

5-73 CL-S700R
Chapter 5 Parts Lists

PARTS LIST for CL-S700R TITLE: SA2, Peeler Sheet No. 1/1
Drawing No. 4 Rev. No. 0

Q'ty/
Location Part Name Part No. Remarks @
Unit

4-1 Roll, Peel JE99338-1 1


4-2 Plate2, Peeler JN24123-0 1
4-3 Bushing, Peel Roller JE99370-0 1
4-4 Shaft, Oneway Clutch JE99366-0 1
4-5 SA1, Peel Gear JE99335-1 1
4-6 Screw, TH, M2.04 (NI) E00420-040WF 1
4-7 Screw, PH (SW+PW#2), M2.614 E00926-140F 1
4-8 Bushing2, Peel Roller JE99341-0 1
4-9 E-Ring, 4.0 E60340-000F 1

CL-S700R 5-74
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

CHAPTER 6
CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Table of Contents

Inter Connection (Main PCB 1/15) (CL-S700/CL-S703) ..........................................................6-3


Inter Connection (Main PCB 1/15) (CL-S700R) .......................................................................6-4
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 2/15) [CPU (1)] .............................................................................6-5
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 3/15) [CPU (2)/DAC] ....................................................................6-6
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 4/15) [ROM] .................................................................................6-7
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 5/15) [RAM] ..................................................................................6-8
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 6/15) [Custom IC] .........................................................................6-9
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 7/15) [Head Control].....................................................................6-10
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 8/15) [PF Motor Control] ..............................................................6-11
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 9/15) [Sensor] ..............................................................................6-12
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 10/15) [Power/Buzzer/Fan] ..........................................................6-13
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 11/15) [RFID/Ope-Pane] ..............................................................6-14
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 12/15) [Cutter/Rewinder] ..............................................................6-15
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 13/15) [Centronics I/F]..................................................................6-16
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 14/15) [Serial I/F]..........................................................................6-17
Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 15/15) [USB I/F] ...........................................................................6-18
Circuit Diagram (Power Supply PCB (100/240V))....................................................................6-19
Circuit Diagram (Ope-pane PCB).............................................................................................6-20
Circuit Diagram (Centronics PCB) ...........................................................................................6-21
Circuit Diagram (Connect PCB) (CL-S700/CL-S703)...............................................................6-22
Circuit Diagram (Rewinder PCB) (CL-S700R) .........................................................................6-23

CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-2
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Inter Connection (Main PCB 1/15) (CL-S700/CL-S703)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

SA, FRONT SENS L SA, ADJ SENS U SA, ADJ SENS L SA, RIB ENC SENS
JN68708-**F JN68701-**F JN68707-**F JN68703-**F

SA, LOWER SENS PCB SA, UPPER SENS PCB SA, LOWER SENS PCB SA, RIB SENS PCB
JN66721-**F JN66720-**F JN66721-**F JN66722-**F
UNIT, MOTOR
JN25801-**F IED IED
UNIT, HEAD PHOTO TR IED PHOTO TR PHOTO INT SA, HEAD UP SW
D JN68704-**F D
SA, FRONT SENS U 1 DOWN LED A 1 UP LED A 1 DOWN LED A 1 LED A
JN68702-**F 2 DOWN LED K 2 UP LED K 2 DOWN LED K 2 LED K
3 DOWN TR C 3 DOWN TR C 3 TR C
MOTOR 4 DOWN TR E 4 TR E
4 DOWN TR E

SA, HEAD CABLE SA, PF MTR THM SA, FRONT SENS SA, FRONT SENS SA, ADJ SENS SA, ADJ SENS SA, RIB ENC SA, HEAD UP
SA, PF MTR CABLE JN68706-**F CABLE U CABLE L CABLE U CABLE L CABLE CABLE
JN67705-**F JN67702-**F JN67714-**F JN67701-**F JN67713-**F JN66704-**F JN66703-**F

J3 J4 J5 J6 J21 J7 J22 J8 J9

1 +24V 16 HEADCLK 1 -A 1 VREF(+3V) 1 UP LED A 1 DOWN LED A 1 UP LED A 1 DOWN LED A 1 LED A 1 HDUSENS
2 +24V 17 HEADD1 2 BCOM 2 MOTTMP 2 UP LED K 2 DOWN LED K 2 UP LED K 2 DOWN LED K 2 LED K 2 S.GND
3 +24V 18 HEADLAT 3 -B 3 DOWN TR C 3 DOWN TR C 3 TR C
4 +24V 19 +3.3V 4 A 4 DOWN TR E 4 DOWN TR E 4 TR E
5 P.GND 20 HDTMP 5 ACOM
6 P.GND 21 P.GND 6 B
7 P.GND 22 P.GND
8
9
P.GND
HEADSTB
23
24
P.GND
P.GND
SA,MAIN PCB (200)
C
10
11
HEADD4
S.GND
25
26
P.GND
+24V
JN66701-**F C
27 +24V
SA,MAIN PCB (300)
12 HEADD3 1 xSTROBE 21 BUSY
13 +5V 28 +24V 2 S.GND 22 S.GND
14
15
HEADD2
HEADSTB
29
30
+24V
+24V JN66702-**F 3
4
DATA0
S.GND
23
24
PE
S.GND
5 DATA1 25 SLCT
6 S.GND 26 xPRIME
7 DATA2 27 xATFD-XT
8 S.GND 28 xFAULT 1 F.GND 14 +5V
9 DATA3 29 N.C. 2 TXD 15 N.C.
1 +5V 12 LCD_LED1 1 +24V 10 S.GND 30 S.GND 3 RXD 16 N.C.
1 +5V 1 +5V 2 +3.3V 13 N.C. 2 +24V 11 DATA4 31 IETYP0 4 RTS 17 N.C.
2 S.GND 2 S.GND 3 N.C. 14 N.C. 3 P.GND 12 S.GND 32 IETYP1 5 CTS 18 N.C.
3 P.GND 3 TXD1 4 S.GND 15 SW1 4 P.GND 13 DATA5 33 N.C. 6 DSR 19 N.C.
4 P.GND 4 RXD1 5 DACIN 16 SW2 5 S.GND 1 +5V 14 S.GND 34 N.C. 7 SGND 20 DTR
5 P.GND 5 S.GND 6 DACCLK 17 SW3 6 DCMTR0 2 S.GND 15 DATA6 35 +5V 8 N.C. 21 N.C.
6 P.GND 6 S.GND 7 CS_LCD 18 SW4 7 DCMTR1 3 MTREF 16 S.GND 36 xSLCT-IN 9 N.C. 22 N.C.
7 +24V 7 N.C. 8 LCD_CD 19 CV_OPN 8 HPSENS0 4 MTENC 17 DATA7 37 +5V 10 N.C. 23 N.C. 1 USBVCC
8 +24V 1 FAN + 8 N.C. 9 LCD_LED4 20 N.C. 9 HPSENS1 5 OPN 18 S.GND 38 xRESET 11 N.C. 24 N.C. 2 DM
9 +24V 2 FAN - 9 RFRUN 10 LCD_LED3 21 S.GND 10 MTTH 6 PEELSENS 19 xACKNLG 39 N.C. 12 N.C. 25 N.C. 3 DP
10 +24V 3 FANLOCK 10 RFOSC 11 LCD_LED2 22 S.GND 11 CPRTYP0 7 CPRTYP1 20 S.GND 40 N.C. 13 N.C. 4 USBLGND

J11 J12 J13 J14 J15 J16 J17 J18 J19

B SA,POWER RF-ID(OPTION) CABLE,OPEPANE FFC SA,OPTION SA,OPTION SA,CENTRO RS232C USB1.1 B


CABLE JN67901-**F CABLE 1 CABLE 2 CABLE
JN67706-**F JN67715-**F JN67716-**F JN67708-**F

AC/DC J401 J801 J803 CN101


CONVERTER

CN102
SA,CENTRONICS I/F IEEE1284 HOST
1 +5V 12 LCD_LED1 1 +24V 1 +5V
COMPUTER
2 +3.3V 13 N.C. 2 +24V 2 S.GND CON PCB JM66710-**F
UNIT,POWER 3 N.C. 14 N.C. 3 P.GND 3 MTREF
SUPPLY 4 S.GND 15 SW1 4 P.GND 4 MTENC
JN66801-**F 5 DACIN 16 SW2 5 S.GND 5 OPN
SA,FAN 6 DACCLK 17 SW3 6 DCMTR0 6 PEELSENS
JN65901-**F 7 CS_LCD 18 SW4 7 DCMTR1 7 CPRTYP1
8 LCD_CD 19 CV_OPN 8 HPSENS0
9 LCD_LED4 20 N.C. 9 HPSENS1 SA,CONNECT PCB
10 LCD_LED3 21 S.GND 10 MTTH JN66725-**F
AC INPUT 11 LCD_LED2 22 S.GND 11 CPRTYP0

J802 J804
LED x8
SW x4
LCD

A SA,OPEPANE PCB A
JN66704-**F

AUTO PEELER Title


CUTTER (OPTION) Inter Connection (CL-S700/CL-S703) (1/15)
(OPTION)
Size Number Revision
A4 JN66701-0/JN66702-0 A
Date: Sheet of
File: Drawn By:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

6-3 CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Inter Connection (Main PCB 1/15) (CL-S700R)


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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-4
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 2/15) [CPU (1)]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

T1 X1 16MHz T2

C1 C2
12p/50 12p/50
V3R3 R1 1M

U1A

164

165
R2 R3 R4 R5
*0 *0 *0 0 D[15:0]
D[15:0] 4,5,6

X1

X2
92 T3 D0
D0
D D1
93 T4 D1 D
94 T5 D2
D2
T6 1 95 T7 D3
R10 R11 R12 R13 JIT1 D3
T8 2 96 T9 D4
JIT0 D4
0 0 0 *0 T10 169 97 T11 D5
SSEL1 D5
T12 170 98 T13 D6
SSEL0 D6
99 T14 D7
D7
104 T15 D8
D8
V3R3 T16 161 105 T17 D9
15 UDM UDM D9
T18 160 106 T19 D10
15 UDP UDP D10
X2 T20 R21 0 T21 159 107 T22 D11
P10/UCLK/INTP10 D11
FCXO-03L(48MHz) 108 T23 D12
D12
109 T24 D13
4
3

D13
G C
SB V

T25 155 110 T26 D14


2007/1/18 15 UBINTP P11/SCK0/INTP11 D14
T27 154 111 T28 D15
6 PLDRXDO P12/RXD0/SI0 D15
T29 153 D[31:16]
2

5
1

14 TXD0 P13/TXD0/SO0 D[31:16]


112 T30 D16
PDH0/D16/INTPD0
113 T31 D17
PDH1/D17/INTPD1
152 114 T32 D18
P20/NMI PDH2/D18/INTPD2/TOC4
T33 149 117 T34 D19
11 RXD1 P21/RXD1/INTP21 PDH3/D19/INTPD3
T35 148 118 T36 D20
11 TXD1 P22/TXD1/INTP22 PDH4/D20/INTPD4
T37 147 119 T38 D21
3,11 DACCLK P23/SCK1/INTP23 PDH5/D21/INTPD5/TOC5
T39 146 120 T40 D22
6 CNINTP P24/SI1/INTP24 PDH6/D22/INTPD6/INTP100/TCUD10
T41 145 121 T42 D23
3,11 DACIN P25/SO1/INTP25 PDH7/D23/INTPD7/INTP101/TCLR10
122 T43 D24
PDH8/D24/INTPD8/TO10
123 T44 D25
PDH9/D25/INTPD9/TIUD10
T45 25 124 T46 D26
6 HEREQ0 P50/INTP50/DMARQ0 PDH10/D26/INTPD10/INTP110/TCUD11
T47 24 125 T48 D27
C 6 HEACK0 T49 23 P51/INTP51/DMAAK0 PDH11/D27/INTPD11/INTP111/TCLR11
126 T50 D28
C
6,8,13 -GRESET P52/INTP52/TC0 PDH12/D28/INTPD12/TO11
T51 22 127 T52 D29
6 CEREQ1 P53/INTPC00/TIC0/DMARQ1 PDH13/D29/INTPD13/TIUD11
T53 21 130 T54 D30
6 CEACK1 P54/INTPC01/DMAAK1 PDH14/D30/INTPD14/PWM0
T55 20 131 T56 D31
6,8 PFCLK P55/TOC0/TC1 PDH15/D31/INTPD15/PWM1
RIBENC 9
76 T57 A[24:1]
PAL0/INTPL0/A0 A[24:1] 4,5,6
T58 19 75 T59 A1
2007/1/18 6 OPINTP P65/INTP65/INTPC10/TIC1 PAL1/INTPL1/A1
T60 18
2007/1/18 6 HDINTP P66/INTP66/INTPC11
T61 17 74 T62 A2
6 ITV P67/INTP67/TOC1 A2
73 T63 A3
A3
72 T64 A4
A4
T65 176 69 T66 A5
12 MTENC P72/DMARQ2/INTPC20/TIC2 A5
T67 175 68 T68 A6
2007/1/18 12 OPN P73/DMAAK2/INTPC21 A6
T69 174 67 T70 A7
2007/1/18 9 HDUSENS P74/TC2/TOC2 A7
T71 173 66 T72 A8
2007/1/18 11 CV_OPN P75/DMARQ3/INTPC30/TIC3 A8
V3R3 T73 172 65 T74 A9
10 FANLOCK P76/DMAAK3/INTPC31 A9
T75 171 64 T76 A10
10 BUZZER P77/TC3/TOC3 A10
R30 R31 63 T77 A11
A11
22k 22k 62 T78 A12
A12
T79 34 61 T80 A13
PCM0/WAIT A13
T81 33 60 T82 A14
11 RFOSC PCM1 A14
T83 32 59 T84 A15
14 LDSR0 PCM2/HLDAK A15
T85 31
14 LDTR0 PCM3/HLDRQ
T86 30 58 T87 A16 V3R3
11 RFRUN PCM4/REFRQ PAH0/A16
T88 29 57 T89 A17
15 USBON PCM5/SELFREF/ADTRG PAH1/A17
52 T90 A18
PAH2/A18
51 T91 A19
B PAH3/A19 B
R32 R33 T92

R36
R37
R38

R39
R40
R41
R42

R43
50 A20
PAH4/A20
22k 22k T93 5 49 T94 A21
9 SENSFIX ANI0 PAH5/A21
T95 6 48 T96 A22
9 SENSMOVE ANI1 PAH6/A22
T97 7 47 T98 A23

22k
22k
22k

22k
22k
22k
22k

22k
7 HDTMP ANI2 PAH7/A23
T99 8 46 T100 A24
8 MOTTMP ANI3 PAH8/A24
V5R0 T101 9 45 T102
7 VHEADMON ANI4 PAH9/A25 RIBSENS 9
T103 10 ANI5
7 HEADRES
T104 11 44 T105
12 MTTH ANI6 PCS0/CS0 -ROM1CS 4
R44 T106 12 43 T107
12 PEELSENS ANI7 PCS1/CS1 -SDRAMCS 5
T108 R45 20k/1% 220 3R0V 42 T109
PCS2/CS2/IOWR -IOWR 6
VREF 41 T110
PCS3/CS3 -GACS 6
U2 40 T111
PCS4/CS4 DCMTR0 12 2007/1/18
R46 1 3 T112 4 37 T113
REF K AVREFP PCS5/CS5/IORD -IORD 6
100k/1% 13 36 T114
AVREFM PCS6/CS6 -ROM2CS 4
2 35 T115
A1 PCS7/CS7 DCMTR1 12 2007/1/18
4 5
A2 NC
U3 RESET 10,14 91 T116
PCD0/SDCKE SDCKE 5
uPC1093TA V3R3 BD5328FVE 88 T117 R48 0 T118
PCD1/BUSCLK BUSCLK 5,6
5 1 T119 28 87 T120
VDD VOUT RESET PCD2/SDCAS -SDCAS 5
C3 86 T121
PCD3/SDRAS -SDRAS 5
0.1u/16 2
SUB
4 3 T122 83 T123
GND CT PCT0/LLWR/LLBE/LLDQM LLDQM/-LLBE 4,5,6
V3R3 82 T124
PCT1/LUWR/LUBE/LUDQM LUDQM/-LUBE 4,5,6
C4 15 81 T125
MODE1 PCT2/ULWR/ULBE/ULDQM ULDQM/-ULBE 5 2007/1/18
1000p/50 16 80 T126
R193 MODE0 PCT3/UUWR/UUBE/UUDQM UUDQM/-UUBE 5 2007/1/18
R49 156 79 T127
PLLSEL PCT4/RD -RD 4,6
*0 T377 0 78 T129
PCT5/WE/WR -WE/-WR 5
A T128 PCT7/BCYST
77 T130 FANCTL 10 2007/1/18 A
R53 R194
0 *0 V850/ME2
Title
MAIN PCB - CPU (1) (2/15)
Size Number Revision
A4 JN66701-0 A
Date: Sheet of
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Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 3/15) [CPU (2)/DAC]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V3R3
J1
1 2
TRCCLK 3 4
U1C TRCDATA0
TRCDATA1
5 6
7 8
D 132 T133
TRCDATA2 9 10 D
T132 R54 0 TRCDATA3
TRCDATA3 11 12
133 T134 R55 0 T135 TRCEND
TRCDATA2 13 14
136 T136 R56 0 T137 DDI
TRCDATA1 15 16
137 T138 R57 0 T139 DCK
TRCDATA0 17 18
138 T140 R58 0 T141 DMS
TRCEND 19 20
139 T142 R59 0 T143 DDO
TRCCLK 21 22
DRSTZ 23 24
140 T144 R60 0 T145
DDO
141 T146 24FLT
DDI
142 T147
DRST
143 T148
DMS
144 T149
DCK
V3R3
R61 4.7k R62
V850/ME2
R63 4.7k 22k
R64 4.7k
R65 4.7k

C V3R3
U1B V1R5
C

38 EVDD
53 EVDD
70 EVDD 26
IVDD
89 EVDD 55
IVDD
100 EVDD 84
IVDD V3R3 VREF
115 EVDD 102
IVDD
128 EVDD 134
IVDD
150 EVDD 157
IVDD R66 R67 R68
3 AVDD 167
PLLVDD *22k 22k 22k
162
163
UVDD
OSCVDD
U4
T150
U5A
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15

C16
C17
C18
C19
C20
C21
C22

2,11 DACIN 12 1
DI AO1 PFMOTCU 8
2,11 DACCLK 11 2 T151
CLK AO2 PESNSLED 9 R69 22k T153 T154
6 CS_DAC 10 5 T152 3 1 MTREF 12
CSB AO3 +
T155 2
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16

0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16
0.1u/16

13 6 -
R195 R196 VFS AO4 R192 C23
V5R0
39 22k *22k 3 9 *22k 1000p/50 BA2904
EVSS TM1 VDD
54 27 4
EVSS IVSS TM2 C24
71 56 7 14
EVSS IVSS NC1 VSS 0.1u/16
90 85 8
EVSS IVSS NC2
101 EVSS IVSS 103
116 EVSS IVSS 135 BH2227
129 EVSS IVSS 158
151 EVSS PLLVSS 168
B 14 AVSS B
166 OSCVSS

V850/ME2

A A

Title
MAIN PCB - CPU (2) / DAC (3/15)
Size Number Revision
A4 JN66701-0 A
Date: Sheet of
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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-6
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 4/15) [ROM]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

D[15:0]
2,5,6 D[15:0]
A[24:1]
2,5,6 A[24:1]
V3R3
C25
0.1u/16

5
A20 2 V
G
N 4
U7A U8A
D T156 D

3
10 A21 10
TC7SH04 A21 A20
A21 9 A20 9
A20 A19
U6 A19
A18
16
17
A19
45 D15
A19
A18
16
17
A18
45 D15
A18 D15 A17 D15
A17 48 43 D14 A17 48 43 D14
A17 D14 A16 D14
A16 1 41 D13 A16 1 41 D13
A16 D13 A15 D13
A15 2 39 D12 A15 2 39 D12
A15 D12 A14 D12
A14 3 36 D11 A14 3 36 D11
A14 D11 A13 D11
A13 4 34 D10 A13 4 34 D10
A13 D10 A12 D10
A12 5 32 D9 A12 5 32 D9
A12 D9 A11 D9
A11 6 30 D8 A11 6 30 D8
A11 D8 A10 D8
A10 7 44 D7 A10 7 44 D7
A10 D7 A9 D7
A9 8 42 D6 A9 8 42 D6
A9 D6 A8 D6
A8 18 40 D5 A8 18 40 D5
A8 D5 A7 D5
A7 19 38 D4 A7 19 38 D4
A7 D4 A6 D4
A6 20 35 D3 A6 20 35 D3
A6 D3 A5 D3
A5 21 33 D2 A5 21 33 D2
A5 D2 A4 D2
A4 22 31 D1 A4 22 31 D1
A4 D1 A3 D1
A3 23 29 D0 A3 23 29 D0
A3 D0 A2 D0
A2 24 A2 24
A2 V3R3 A1
A1 25 A1 25
A1 A0 V3R3
A22 R70 *0 T157 13 A22 R71 0 T158 13
NC A21
47 47
R72 0 BYTE BYTE
T159 26 26
CE CE
28 15 28 15
V3R3 OE RY/BY OE RY/BY
11 12 11 12
C26 WE RESET WE RESET
C C
U9 *0.1u/16
W19B320ATT7M *S29JL064H70TFI000
1 V5
2
G3 4
*7SH32

2,6 -RD
2,5,6 LLDQM/-LLBE
2,5,6 LUDQM/-LUBE
2 -ROM1CS
2 -ROM2CS

J2
Program ROM Address A1 B1 A1
A2 A2 B2 A3
A4 A3 B3 A5
B CPU Address ROM Address B4 A7 B
A6 A4
A8 A5 B5 A9
A10 A6 B6 A11
000000h -- B7 A13
A12 A7
(N/A) A14 A8 B8 A15
A16 A9 B9 A17
A18 A10 B10 A19
100000h 100000h B11 A21
A20 A11
A12 B12
LUDQM/-LUBE A13 B13 T160
200000h 200000h For 16M LLDQM/-LLBE B14 V3R3
A14
(000000h) -ROM1CS A15 B15
-RD A16 B16
D0 A17 B17 D1
300000h 300000h D2 B18
A18 D3
D4 A19 B19 D5
D6 A20 B20 D7
400000h 400000h For 32M D8 B21
A21 D9
(000000h) V3R3
D10 A22 B22 D11
D12 A23 B23 D13
C27 D14 A24 B24 D15
500000h 500000h V3R3 B25
A25
*0.1u/16

600000h 600000h For 64M U10 R73


*3.3k
*8830E-050
5

T161 4 N V 2
(Highre order 8M is not available.)
G
A 700000h 700000h *TC7SH04 A
3

U7B V3R3 U8B V3R3


14 14 Title
VCC1 VCC1
VCC2
37
27 C28 VCC2
37
27 C29 MAIN PCB - ROM (4/15)
GND1 0.1u/16 GND1 0.1u/16
46 46 Size Number Revision
GND2 GND2
W19B320ATT7M
A4 JN66701-0 A
*S29JL064H70TFI000
Date: Sheet of
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Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 5/15) [RAM]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

D[15:0] D[31:16]
2,4,6 D[15:0] 2 D[31:16]

2,4,6 A[24:1]
A[24:1] U11A 2,4,6 A[24:1]
A[24:1] U12A
36 53 D15 36 53 D31
NC(A12) DQ15 NC(A12) DQ15
A13 35 51 D14 A13 35 51 D30
A11 DQ14 A11 DQ14
A12 22 50 D13 A12 22 50 D29
A10 DQ13 A10 DQ13
D A11 34
A9 DQ12
48 D12 A11 34 A9 DQ12 48 D28 D
A10 33 47 D11 A10 33 47 D27
A8 DQ11 A8 DQ11
A9 32 45 D10 A9 32 45 D26
A7 DQ10 A7 DQ10
A8 31 44 D9 A8 31 44 D25
A6 DQ9 A6 DQ9
A7 30 42 D8 A7 30 42 D24
A5 DQ8 A5 DQ8
A6 29 13 D7 A6 29 13 D23
A4 DQ7 A4 DQ7
A5 26 11 D6 A5 26 11 D22
A3 DQ6 A3 DQ6
A4 25 10 D5 A4 25 10 D21
A2 DQ5 A2 DQ5
A3 24 8 D4 A3 24 8 D20
A1 DQ4 A1 DQ4
A2 23 7 D3 A2 23 7 D19
A0 DQ3 A0 DQ3
5 D2 5 D18
DQ2 DQ2
A21 R74 *0 4 D1 4 D17
DQ1 DQ1
R75 0 T162 20 2 D0 20 2 D16
BS0 DQ0 BS0 DQ0
A22 R76 *0 T163 21 21
BS1 BS1
A23 R77 *0
R78 0 40 40
NC NC
A24 R79 *0 18 18
RAS RAS
19 17 2 -SDRAMCS 19 17
2 -SDRAMCS CS CAS CS CAS
16 2 -WE/-WR 16
2 -WE/-WR WE WE
39
UDQM UDQM 39
37 15 37
2 SDCKE CKE LDQM 2 SDCKE CKE LDQM 15
38 2,6 BUSCLK 38
2,6 BUSCLK CLK CLK

W9864G6EH-7 W9864G6EH-7
2,4,6 LLDQM/-LLBE 2 ULDQM/-ULBE
C 2,4,6 LUDQM/-LUBE 2 UUDQM/-UUBE C

2 -SDCAS 2 -SDCAS
2 -SDRAS 2 -SDRAS

V3R3 V3R3 V3R3 V3R3


U11B U12B
D[15:0] 1 1
2,4,6 D[15:0] VDD VDD

2,4,6 A[24:1]
A[24:1] U13A VDD
VDD
14
27
VDD
VDD
14
27
A13 36 53 D15 3 3
NC(A12) DQ15 VDDQ VDDQ
A12 35 51 D14 9 9
A11 DQ14 VDDQ VDDQ
A11 22 50 D13 43 43
A10 DQ13 VDDQ VDDQ
A10 34 48 D12 49 49
A9 DQ12 VDDQ C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 VDDQ
A9 33 47 D11 C37 C38 C39 C40 C41 C42 C43
A8 DQ11
A8 32 45 D10
A7 DQ10 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16
A7 31 44 D9 6 6 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16 0.1u/16
A6 DQ9 VSSQ VSSQ
A6 30 42 D8 12 12
A5 DQ8 VSSQ VSSQ
A5 29 13 D7 46 46
A4 DQ7 VSSQ VSSQ
A4 26 11 D6 52 52
A3 DQ6 VSSQ VSSQ
A3 25 10 D5 28 28
A2 DQ5 VSS VSS
A2 24 8 D4 41 41
A1 DQ4 VSS VSS
A1 23 7 D3 54 54
B A0 DQ3
5 D2
VSS VSS B
DQ2
DQ1 4 D1 W9864G6EH-7 W9864G6EH-7
20 2 D0
BA0 DQ0
21
BA1 V3R3
40
NC
U13B
18 1
RAS VDD
2 -SDRAMCS 19 17 14
CS CAS VDD
2 -WE/-WR 16 27
WE VDD
39 3
UDQM VDDQ
2 SDCKE 37 15 9
CKE LDQM VDDQ
2,6 BUSCLK 38 43
CLK VDDQ
49
VDDQ

*HY57V281620E
2,4,6 LLDQM/-LLBE 6
VSSQ
2,4,6 LUDQM/-LUBE 12
VSSQ
46
VSSQ
2 -SDCAS 52
VSSQ
2 -SDRAS 28
VSS
41
VSS
54
VSS

*HY57V281620E

A A

Title
MAIN PCB - RAM (5/15)
Size Number Revision
A4 JN66701-0 A
Date: Sheet of
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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-8
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 6/15) [Custom IC]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

X3 *16MHz
T164 T165

C51 R80 R81 C52


12p/50 *12p/50

*1M *1M

D T166 D

U14

3
A[24:1]

Xout
2,4,5 A[24:1]

Xin
A18 27
A18
A17 28 119
A17 CLKIN BUSCLK 2,5
A16 32
A16 T167 V3R3
A4 33 114
A4 CLKSEL
A3 34
A3 R82
A2 35
A2 0
A1 36 14
A1 PFCLK
99
PFCLK 2,8 - Input Clock Setting for GATE ARRAY
PFCNT1 LEDMOVE_T 9 R83
PFCNT2 100
LEDMOVE_R 9 *0
2,4,5 D[15:0]
D[15:0]
PFMXB 101 T168
-PFMB 8 R82 R83
D15 37 102 T169
D15 PFMXA -PFMA 8
D14 38 103 T170
D14 PFMB PFMB 8
D13 39
D13 PFMA 104 T171
PFMA 8 CRYSTAL NA 0
D12 40 105 T172
D12 PFON PFON 8
D11 41
D11
D10 42
D10 CPU 0 NA
D9 43 9
D9 HDINTP HDINTP 2
D8 44 12
D8 HDREQ0 HEREQ0 2
D7 46 13
D7 HDACK0 HEACK0 2
D6 47 107 T174
D6 HDLTH -HDLAT 7
C D5 48
D5 HDSTB
108 T175
-HDSTB 7
HD[4:1]
HD[4:1] 7
C
D4 49 109 T176 HD4
D4 HDATA4
D3 50 110 T177 HD3
D3 HDATA3
D2 51 111 T178 HD2
D2 HDATA2 V3R3
D1 52 113 T179 HD1
D1 HDATA1
D0 53 115 T180
D0 HDCLK HDCLK 7
116 T181
HDVON HDVON 7

R84

R85

R86

R87
117 T182
HCVON HCVON 7
T183 77
3 CS_DAC OPRS
T184 78
11 CS_LCD OPRD
T185 79 7

22k

22k

22k

22k
11 LCD_CD OPE OPINTP OPINTP 2
T187 80 84 T188
11 LCD_LED4 OPD3 SW6 HPSENS0 12
T189 81 85 T190
11 LCD_LED3 OPD2 SW5 HPSENS1 12
T191 82 86 T192 R88 1k T193
11 LCD_LED2 OPD1 SW4 SW4 11
T194 83 87 T195 R89 1k T196
11 LCD_LED1 OPD0 SW3 SW3 11
88 T197 R90 1k T198
SW2 SW2 11
89 T199 R91 1k T200
SW1 SW1 11
16 92
2 ITV ITV LED3 V5ON 10

C53

C54

C55

C56
17 93
2 -IORD IORD LED2 LEDFIX_T 9
18 94
2 -IOWR IOWR LED1 LEDFIX_R 9
19
2 -GACS CS

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50

1000p/50
20
2,4 -RD RD
21 8
SCK CNINTP CNINTP 2
22 10
2,4,5 LLDQM/-LLBE LLBE CNREQ1 CEREQ1 2
23 11
2,4,5 LUDQM/-LUBE LUBE CNACK1 CEACK1 2
24 55 T202
B 25
LWR SELECTIN
56 T203 xSLCT-IN 13 B
HWR INIT xPRIME 13
57 T204
AUTOFD xATFD-XT 13
58 T205
T206 STROBE xSTROBE 13
95 59 T207
12 CPRTYP0 PM0 PLH PLH 13
T208 96 62 T209
12 CPRTYP1 PM1 FAULT xFAULT 13
T210 97 63 T211 DATA[7:0]
13 IETYP0 PM2 SELECT SLCT 13 DATA[7:0] 13
T212 98 64 T213 DATA7
13 IETYP1 PM3 DATA7
65 T214 DATA6
DATA6
66 T215 DATA5
V3R3 DATA5
67 T216 DATA4
DATA4
1 68 T217 DATA3
VDD DATA3
5 69 T218 DATA2
VDD DATA2
30 70 T219 DATA1
VDD DATA1
61 71 T220 DATA0
VDD DATA0
90 72 T221
VDD PEND PE 13
C57

C58

C59

C60

73 T222
BUSY BUSY 13
74 T223 V3R3
ACK xACKNLG 13
76 T224
OTDIR OBDIR 13
0.1u/16

0.1u/16

0.1u/16

0.1u/16

R92
4 6 22k
GND RXDOUT PLDRXDO 2
15 54 T225
GND RXDIN PLDRXDI 14
31 GND
45 26
GND RESET -GRESET 2,8,13
60 GND
75 V3R3
A 91
GND
29
A
GND TEB
106 112
GND SMC
120 118
GND AMC
Title
MAIN PCB - CUSTOM IC (6/15)
U_GA_uPD65946GJ-165-3EB-A
Size Number Revision
A4 JN66701-0 A
Date: Sheet of
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6-9 CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 7/15) [Head Control]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V24R0

R93

3
S
10k Q1

G
T226
1 2SJ505S
D R94 V3R3 D

D
10k

2
4
T227
10k T228 D1
6 HDVON R95 RB521S
10k 30k/1% R96 1k VHDON
T229 VHEADMON 2
DTC114EM
Q2 R97 C61
3.3k/1% *1000p/50
V3R3

10k Q3
DTA114EM
10k 10k
6 HCVON T230
10k
R99
100/1%/2012
DTC114EM R100 1k
Q29 T231 HEADRES
HEADRES 2
C62
D2 *1000p/50
RB521S
C C

V5R0 J3

6 HD[4:1]
HD[4:1] U15A 1
HD1 2 18 T232 2
A1 Y1 C63
HD2 4 16 T233 3
A2 Y2 10u/10
HD3 6 14 T234 4
A3 Y3
HD4 8 12 T235 5
A4 Y4
11 9 T236 6
6 -HDSTB A5 Y5
13 7 T237 R101 0 T238 7
6 HDCLK A6 Y6
15 5 T239 8
6 -HDLAT A7 Y7
17 3 HEADSTB 9
A8 Y8
HEADD4 10
1 11
1OE
19 HEADD3 12
2OE
13
B 74HCT244 HEADD2 14 B
HEADSTB 15
HEADCLK 16
HEADD1 17
V3R3 HEADLAT 18
19
20
2 HDTMP 21
22
C64 R102 23
*1000p/50 30k/1% 24
25
26
27
28
29
30

U15B V5R0 S30B-PHDSS


20
VCC
C65
10 0.1u/16
A GND A
74HCT244

Title
MAIN PCB - HEAD CONTROL (7/15)
Size Number Revision
A4 JN66701-0 A
Date: Sheet of
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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-10
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 8/15) [PF Motor Control]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V24R0

+ C66
100u/50
V3R3

D R103 D
200k
U16A
1 13 R104
2,6 PFCLK A Q 10k
4

1
2
3
2
6 PFON B Q
T240 Q4
15 4
C67 RX/CX T241 XP132A11A1
14
1u/B16 CX
3 V3R3 R105
2,6,13 -GRESET CLR C68 10k

5
6
7
8
0.1u/16
74VHC123 T242
U17 Q5
V5 T244 10k
T243 DTC114EM
1 4
T245 2 10k PFMTCOM J4
G3
74AHC1G08 T246
1 -A
C69 2 BCOM
3 -B
4 A
U18 100p/100 5 ACOM
6 B
7 8 T247 OUTA
VSA OUTA
12 1 T248 -OUTA B6B-EH-*
C VSB OUTA
18 T249 OUTB
C
OUTB PF MOTOR
6 11 T250 -OUTB
6 PFMA INA OUTB
5
6 -PFMA INA C70
17
6 PFMB INB
16
6 -PFMB INB
R106 20k/1% T251 3 2 100p/100
3 PFMOTCU REFA TDA
13
TDB
R107 C71 T252 9
20k/1% 0.1u/16 RSA
14
REFB
4
T253 GA
10 15
RSB GB VREF
J5
U_MTR_SLA7033MPR
1
2
R108

R109

C72

C73

C74

C75

D3

D4

D5

D6
B2B-PH-K-S

PF MOTOR THRM
0.68/2%/3W

0.68/2%/3W

100p/100

100p/100

100p/100

100p/100

*SFPB66

*SFPB66

*SFPB66

*SFPB66
C76 C77
B 100p/50 100p/50 B

U16B V3R3
9
A Q
5 U16C
10 12 16
B Q V
7 C79
RX/CX 0.1u/16
6 8
CX G
2 MOTTMP
11 74VHC123
CLR
C78 R110
74VHC123 VREF VREF 1000p/50 3.3k/1%
R111
3.3k/1% R112
V3R3 R113 100k 1k/1%
U19C
R114
V+
8
U19A 3.3k/1%
C80 TMPOFF 1 3 T254
+
4 0.1u/16 2 T255 R115 1k
-
V-
uPC393GR-9LG
uPC393GR-9LG
A R116 *3.3k A

Title
MAIN PCB - PF MOTOR CONTROL (8/15)
Size Number Revision
A4 JN66701-0 A
Date: Sheet of
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Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 9/15) [Sensor]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
V5R0

V3R3

10k

10k
10k

10k
T369 Q6 T368 Q7 T371 Q8 T370
Q9
DTA114EM DTA114EM DTA114EM DTA114EM
10k 10k 10k 10k
R200 R201 R202 R203 Q25 Q26 Q27 Q28
22k 22k 22k 22k 2SC5658 T256 2SC5658 T257 2SC5658 T258 2SC5658 T259

6 LEDFIX_R T260
D 6 LEDFIX_T T261
V3R3
D
6 LEDMOVE_R T262
T263 J6
6 LEDMOVE_T
1 UP LED A
2 UP LED K
R117 100
B2B-PH-K-E
U20A T264 T265 J21
1 3 R118 *100
2 SENSFIX + 1 DOWN LED A
- 2
C81 R121 R206 2 DOWN LED K
1000p/50 *BA2904 3.3k 3.3k 3 DOWN TR C
T266 T379 4 DOWN TR E

3
B4B-PH-K-E
VR1 2 VR2 2
FIX LED/SENSOR
10k 10k
Blue

1
T364 T365 V3R3

J7
10k 10k
R120 100 1 UP LED A
2

10k

10k
UP LED K
V5R0 Q19 B2B-PH-K-R
Q18 DTC114EM J22
C82 DTC114EM
U20B *0.1u/16 1
2
DOWN LED A
DOWN LED K
8

C 7 V+ 5
T267
R122 *100
T268
3 DOWN TR C C
2 SENSMOVE + 4 DOWN TR E
- 6
C83 R124 R207
B4B-PH-K-R
1000p/50 *BA2904 V- 3.3k 3.3k
T269 T380 ADJUSTABLE LED/SENSOR
4

Red

3
VR3 2 VR4 2
10k 10k

1
T366 T367

10k 10k

10k

10k
Q20 Q21
DTC114EM DTC114EM

V5R0

C84
0.1u/16
T270

8
T271 T272 T273
R125 22k 5 V+ 7 R126 200 Q10
3 PESNSLED +
6 2SC5658
B C85 -
V- B
1000p/50 BA2904

4
U5B
V3R3 T274
J8
C86 R127
1 *1000p/50 75/1%/2012
LED A
T275 2
T276 LED K
R128 1k 3 TR C
2 RIBENC 4 TR E
C87 R129 R130
1000p/50 B4B-PH-K-K
10k 100
RIBBON ENCODER
Black
V3R3

R131
22k T278 J9
R132 1k
2 HDUSENS 1
C88 2
1000p/50
B2B-PH-K-K
HEAD UP
V3R3 Black

R208
U19B T279 T280
V3R3 J10

1
A 3.3k - 6 R133 1k
2 A
7 5
2 RIBSENS
+
C89 R134 3
V3R3 1000p/50 1M
uPC393GR-9LG B3B-PH-K-S
R135 Title
RIBBON END
10k
MAIN PCB - SENSOR (9/15)
T281
Size Number Revision
R136
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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-12
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 10/15) [Power/Buzzer/Fan]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V5 V3R3 V3R3 V1R5


V24R0
U21
D J11 T286
T376
U26 T284
BH15MA3WHFV D
1 3 1 2 T282
1 Vin Vout VI O1
2 C90 O2 3 C91
6
3 1u/B16 T283 STB 1u/B16
4 5
4 + C93 + C94 N VSS
2
5 47u/35 GND 47u/35 C92
6 0.1u/16
7 NJM2391DL1-33
8
9
10

B10B-EH T287

POWER R137 0/2012 R204 0/2012 V5R0


T288

T372
Q22
R197 C114
*2SJ518
V3R3 *10k *0.1u/16
T373
R198
T374 *22k T375
Q23 Q24
C 6 V5ON
*2SC5658 *2SC5658 C
R199 *10k V24R0
2,14 RESET
R138
240/3216
T289

R140

1
3.3k/3216 R141

+
BZ1 D7 1k/3216
PKM13EPYH4002-B0 RB521S

2
T290

10k
2 BUZZER

10k
Q11
DTC114EM

V24R0
B B

D8 J12
T291 SFPB66
1
2
3
B3B-EH-K
T293 2SK3577
R142 1k FAN CNT
2 FANCTL Q12

R143
22k

V3R3

R144
22k T294
2 FANLOCK R145 1k

A C95 A
1000p/50

Title
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6-13 CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 11/15) [RFID/Ope-Pane]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V3R3 V5R0
J13
R146
1
Jumber Setting for each RF-ID module 22k
2
2 TXD1 TXD1 3
2 RXD1 RXD1 4
R147 R148 R149 R150 5
D D
6
R147 *0 T295
7
Standard NA NA 0 0 R148 *0 T296
8
2 RFRUN R149 0 RFRUN T297
9
2 RFOSC R150 0 RFOSC T298
10
Custom Type 0 0 NA NA
B10B-ZR
RF-ID

V3R3

R151 R152 V3R3 V5R0 J14


22k 22k
1
2
T299 3
4
2,3 DACIN 5
2,3 DACCLK 6
C 6 CS_LCD 7 C
6 LCD_CD 8
T300
9
T301
10
T302
11
T303
12
6 LCD_LED1 T304
13
6 LCD_LED2 T305
14
6 LCD_LED3 6 SW1 15
6 LCD_LED4 6 SW2 16
6 SW3 17
6 SW4 18
T306
10k 10k 10k 10k 19
T307
20

10k
21

10k
10k

10k
Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 22
DTC114EM DTC114EM DTC114EM DTC114EM
22FMN-BMT-A-TF
OPE PANE

V3R3

R190
R191 1k 22k
B 2 CV_OPN B
C113
1000p/50

V5R0
J20
1
T378
2
3
4
R205
180/2012 B4B-PH-K-S

A A

Title
MAIN PCB - RFID / OPE-PANE (11/15)
Size Number Revision
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Date: Sheet of
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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-14
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 12/15) [Cutter/Rewinder]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Option Select
Cutter Rewinder Peeler None
D D

CPRTYP0 Low High Low High


V3R3 V3R3 VREF V24R0
J15
CPRTYP1 High Low Low High
1
R153 R154 R155 2
22k 22k 3.3k/1% 3
4
R156 1k T308 5
2 DCMTR0 6
2 DCMTR1 R157 1k T309
7
R158 1k T310
6 HPSENS0 8
R159 1k T311
6 HPSENS1 9
R160 100 T312
2 MTTH 10
11
C96 C97 C98 B11B-PASK
1000p/50 1000p/50 1000p/50
CUTTER & REWINDER
C C

V3R3 V3R3

R161 R162
1k 1k

6 CPRTYP0
6 CPRTYP1

3 MTREF

V3R3 V3R3

V5R0
J16
B B
R163 R164
22k 22k 1
2
R165 100 T313 3
2 MTENC 4
R166 100 T315
2 OPN 5
6
7
C99 C100
B7B-PASK
1000p/50 1000p/50
V3R3 REWINDER
T316

R167
D9 2.4k/1%
R168 100 *RB521S
2 PEELSENS T317

R169
3.3k/1%
A A

Title
MAIN PCB - CUTTER/REWINDER (12/15)
Size Number Revision
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Date: Sheet of
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6-15 CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 13/15) [Centronics I/F]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

6 OBDIR C101
12p/50
V3R3 U22A J17
1 48 T318 xSTROBE
HD DIR 1
D 6 xACKNLG 2
A9 Y9
47
2
D
3 46 T319 DAT0
6 BUSY A10 Y10 3
6 PE 4 45
A11 Y11 T320 4
6 SLCT 5 44 DAT1
A12 Y12 5
6 xFAULT 6 43
A13 Y13 T321 6
DATA0 8 41 DAT2
A1 B1 7
DATA1 9 40
A2 B2 T322 8
DATA2 11 38 DAT3
A3 B3 9
DATA3 12 37
A4 B4 10
DATA4 13 36 T323 DAT4
A5 B5 11
DATA5 14 35
A6 B6 12
DATA6 16 33 T324 DAT5
A7 B7 13
DATA7 17 32
A8 B8 14
DATA[7:0] 19 30 T325 DAT6
6 DATA[7:0] PLHIN PLH 15
R170 100 T326 20 29
6 xSTROBE A14 C14 16
21 28 T327 DAT7
6 xATFD-XT A15 C15 17
22 27
6 xPRIME A16 C16 18
23 26 T328 xACKNLG
6 xSLCT-IN A17 C17 19
6 PLH 24 25
HLH HLHIN 20
T329 BUSY
21
74LVX161284 22
T330 PE
23
24
T331 SLCT
C 25 C
T332 xPRIME
26
T333 xATFD-XT
27
T334 xFAULT
28
29
30
V3R3 31
V5R0 32
33
R171 34
3.3k T335 35
xSLCT-IN
36
C102 T336 37
xRESET
*12p/50 V3R3 38
39
C103 40

U23 *0.1u/16
PS-40PE-D4T1

1
IEEE1284
2 4
2,6,8 -GRESET
*74AHCT1G125

3
V3R3
B B

R172 R173
V5R0 V3R3 22k 22k
U22B R174 3.3k T337
7 6 IETYP0 T338
R175 3.3k
VCC 6 IETYP1
18
VCC
31
VCC_CABLE
42
VCC_CABLE C104 C105
10u/10 0.1u/16
10
GND
15
GND
GND
39 NOT CONNECTED NETWORK BD CENTRO CN
34
GND

74LVX161284 IETYP0 HIGH LOW HIGH

IETYP1 HIGH HIGH LOW

A A

Title
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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-16
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 14/15) [Serial I/F]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

RS232C I/F
V5R0

FG1
D D

Lock_pin

J18

1
T339 TXD 2 14
V3R3 T340 RXD 3 15
T341 RTS 4 16
C106 T342 CTS 5 17
1u/B16 T343 DSR 6 18
U24 7 19
19 8 20
Vcc V5R4 9 21
T344 2 3 T345 10 22
C107 C1+ V+
C108 11 23
1u/B16 4 1u/B16 12 24
C1-
T346 V5R4 13 25
T347 5 7 T348
C109 C2+ V-
C110
C 1u/B16 6 1u/B16 R176 R177 DBR40-251F100 C
C2- 3.3k *3.3k
T349
TXD0 13 17 R178 *0
2 TXD0 T1I T1O T351
LDTR0 12 8 T350 R179 0 DTR
2 LDTR0 T2I T2O
RXD0 15 16
6 PLDRXDI R1O R1I
LDSR0 10 9 T352 R180 *0 FG2
2 LDSR0 R2O R2I
R181 0
1 11
EN NC1
20 14
2,10 RESET SHDN NC2
18 Lock_pin
GND

ZT3222LEEY

B B
R176 R177 R178 R179 R180 R181

RTS NA 0 0 NA 0 NA

DTR 0 NA NA 0 NA 0

A A

Title
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Size Number Revision
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6-17 CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R
Chapter 6 Circuit Diagrams

Circuit Diagram (Main PCB 15/15) [USB I/F]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V3R3

D D

10k
10k
Q17
DTA114EM
T353
V3R3

U25B
R182
1k 4
2 USBON 6
5 R183
74VHC132 1.5k

U25C U25A
T354
9 T356 1
2 UBINTP 8 3 T357 T358
R184 20k/1% R185 0/2012 T359 USBVCC
10 2

74VHC132 74VHC132
J19
C C
1 VCC
R186 24/2012 T360 DM
2 UDM 2 DM
R187 24/2012 T361 DP
2 UDP 3 DP
R188 0/2012 T362 USBLGND
4 GND
SG5

DUSB-BRA42
C111 R189
33p/50 30k/1% USB I/F

U25E V3R3

B U25D V
14 B
C112
12 T363 0.1u/16
7
11 G
13
74VHC132
74VHC132

A A

Title
MAIN PCB - USB I/F (15/15)
Size Number Revision
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CL-S700/CL-S703/CL-S700R 6-18
A
B
C
D
CN1 L1 L2
F1
L
250V T10AH DS1

FG

Z1

C1
R1
R2
C4

R58
680V

INPUT
600V 10A

1/4W 100k

1/4W 100k
1/4W 100k

275V 0.68uF
275V 0.33uF
N D10XB60H
1.2mH 1.2mH (SHINDENGEN)

AC100V/240V(85-264V)
HR24-122 (KOURINGIKEN)
1

C2 HR24-122 (KOURINGIKEN)

1
250V 1500pF

FG
10
R3
C3

250V 1500pF UDZS18B(ROHM)


ZD7 R75

18B 1/4W 33k


R41 1/4W 220k 1/4W 220k 1/4W 220k

2.2k R93 R95 R96


C49 R12 C7

0.01uF 1/8W 27 630V 1.0uF


C17 R46

R15
R14
220pF 5.6k

5W 0.1
5W 0.1
C20

100pF
C19

470pF

D10

200V 1A
C21 R45 R63
C37
LA

L3
0.1uF 33k
2

0.1uF 1/4W 27

CRH01 (TOSHIBA)

2
C47 R85 1/8W 68k R77 ZD6 ZD5 R57
CZ59303-G
35V 56uF 1/8W 68k R83 1/8W 68k 120B 120B C23 -
LB

R68 R50 CRS04

Q7
0.047uF
(TOSHIBA) D3
RN1402 (TOSHIBA) 10k-10k 100 100k C45 R59
C6 40V 1A
0.1uF 100k
R20
Q1
R21

0.1uF
1/4W 2.2

1/4W 10 50V 5A
C9

1
2
3
R52

D14
11
13
15
12
16
-

R24 2SA1244-Y/Q

1SS355
(ROHM)
D4

80V 0.1A
R90
(TOSHIBA)

CT
C38

CS
IFB
IIN-
0.1uF 470

REF

10k
1/8W 220k
IDET

R56
IC1

VDET
1/4W 10
R23

PI1:A R51 1uF


1/4W 2.2

FA5502
ON/OFF VIN-
VC

VFB
OVP
OUT
VCC

GND
470

SYNC
R29
R28

(F.E)
10
TLP421

7
5
6
4
8
9

D15

1SS355
1/4W 47
1/4W 47

14

(ROHM)
80V 0.1A
R53
R25

(TOSHIBA)
70BB
D5

R26

1/4W 2.2
40V 1A

1/4W 10k
FB1 Q2

22k

30B
ZD4

PI2:A
C13 2SK3569/Q 600V 10A

Q12
R91 (TOSHIBA)
R27

470pF
1/4W 2.2
FSU10A60

50V 0.15A

UDZS30B(ROHM)

TLP421
R55 2SA1162Y 1/8W 0
DS2

CRH01

R92

R86
C46

330k
(TOSHIBA)
(NIHON INTER)

D11

(TOSHIBA)
0.15uF
600V 10A

D6

R30

33k
70BB

200V 1A

(TOSHIBA)
40V 1A

1/8W 0
1/4W 10k
FB2 Q3
FB3

70BB

C32
3

C43

3
2SK3569/Q 600V 10A
0.22uF (TOSHIBA)
0.22uF CRH01